Nico Rosberg, 1m 27.196s, P6/1m 21.531s, P1
Lewis Hamilton, 1m 27.723s, P11/1m 21.961s, P4
Rosberg caused a sensation by just avoiding the wall in Turn 12 and then heading back to his garage with flaming rear brakes in FP1 - but revised cooling allowed him to put Mercedes back on top in FP2. By comparison, Hamilton seemed to struggle; he was fastest at one stage in FP2, but where Rosberg went faster, the newly-crowned world champion did not, saying later that the low grip levels were 'crazy'.
Daniil Kvyat, 1m 26.295s, P2/1m 21.776s, P2
Daniel Ricciardo, 1m 27.185s, P5/1m 21.868s, P3
Red Bull caused a big surprise with their speed, especially given the very long main straight and their Renault engine. Both drivers enjoyed themselves, though shortly before going second fastest Kvyat had described his RB11 as undriveable. Both are expecting Mercedes to open up and pull away tomorrow, however, as they usually do.
Sebastian Vettel, 1m 26.886s, P4/1m 21.984s, P5
Kimi Raikkonen, 1m 26.295s, P3/1m 22.399s, P6
Ferrari reported no major dramas, though Raikkonen said his set-up needs work. Like Mercedes, they are likely to show their true hand tomorrow.
Valtteri Bottas, 1m 27.303s, P7/1m 22.721s, P7
Felipe Massa, 1m 27.695s, P10/1m 23.289s, P10
Bottas had a dramatic spin approaching Turn 3 in FP2, after which Williams advised both drivers to disengage DRS manually. Otherwise it was the same story – no grip, more set-up work.
Fernando Alonso, 1m 30.072s, P17/1m 22.993s, P8
Jenson Button, 1m 32.091s, P19/1m 23.109s, P9
Button lost time with a high-voltage sensor problem on his new Specification 4 motor in FP1, then stopped early to have it changed as per schedule. That lost him running time in FP2 too, but he quickly got down to times similar to Alonso's once his car was running.
The Spaniard ran a new power unit and gearbox in FP1, lost time with a cut slick tyre and had to revert for a while to intermediates, then went very quickly in FP2 to boost the team - even if they do have to start both cars from the back.
Nico Hulkenberg, 1m 29.099s, P16/1m 23.290s, P11
Sergio Perez, 1m 27.581s, P9/1m 23.597s, P15
Neither driver had any major problems apart from trying to deal with the lack of grip. Both think they have a good direction for tomorrow.
Pastor Maldonado, 1m 28.559s, P13/1m 23.363s, P12
Romain Grosjean (pm only), 1m 23.614s, P16
Jolyon Palmer (am only), 1m 28.711s, P15
Lotus were generally happy, though Grosjean was upset that a gearbox problem caused him to stop late in FP2, when the session was red flagged.
Carlos Sainz, 1m 27.410s, P8/1m 23.364s, P13
Max Verstappen, 1m 25.990s, P1/No time, P20
Verstappen was a real star as he topped FP1, and while he cut a chunk off Turn 8 as he ran outside track limits on his fastest lap, his next best was also enough for top spot. He messed up even before he recorded a time in FP2 however, getting sideway exiting Turn 16 in the stadium and slamming into the outer wall. Sainz had a few adventures too in FP1, but things settled down once the team had solved brake temperature issues for FP2.
Felipe Nasr, 1m 28.579s, P14/1m 23.430s, P14
Marcus Ericsson, 1m 28.498s, P12/1m 24.533s, P17
Nasr had a spin in the stadium in FP1 without hitting anything, but like Ericsson he admitted that there is still a lot of work to do on chassis set-up.
Alexander Rossi, 1m 30.019s, P18/1m 25.940s, P18
Will Stevens, 1m 32.866s, P20/1m 26.968s, P19
Rossi was happy, finding a good balance and quickly getting over an electrical problem in FP2. Stevens was not so chirpy, after losing a lot of time in the morning with a sensor problem.