Lewis Hamilton dominated the second and last day of testing at the Bahrain circuit, a comfortable 1.4 seconds ahead of his nearest rival.
The Mercedes driver was in action on Wednesday on the back of his Bahrain GP victory and completed 118 laps.
Hamilton led the way at lunch with a 1:34.136, which proved to be unbeatable - even to himself - when the drivers returned to the action after the break.
Jean-Eric Vergne in the Toro Rosso came the closest to Hamilton's time as he put in a late charge to finish 1.421s off the Brit's pace.
Another late quick lap came from Kevin Magnussen, who, despite bringing out the red flags when he went off in the gravel at Turn 13 earlier in the day, fought...
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