Nico Rosberg has urged Mercedes not to get carried away despite his blistering pace on the final day in Bahrain.
Focusing on short qualifying runs in the morning's session, the 28-year-old crossed the line with a 1:33.283 to take the week's final P1.
It was an impressive lap as not only was it 1.6s up on second place Jenson Button but it also beat the week's previous best set by Lewis Hamilton by almost a full second.
Rosberg, though, says Mercedes need to remain cautious as lap times still don't count for much.
"In the morning I was doing some qualifying-style practices with lower fuel and that was good because I was feeling comfortable in the car," the German confirmed.
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