Nico Rosberg set quickest time ahead of his teammate Lewis Hamilton in the second practice session for the Bahrain Grand Prix GP.
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was third best ahead of teammate Sebastian Vettel. Both were more than half a second behind Rosberg.
Following the Friday both practice Sebastian Vettel says that, he could have been closer Rosberg if his flying lap had been clean and he is not ruling out victory on Sunday.
“My flying lap was not perfect, but nevertheless I think it was pretty close, but we know that Mercedes will turn up their engines for qualifying. The closer we can get the better it is.” Vettel told Skysports
Your soft tyre pace was good, can you win on Sunday?
“It is always possible. It is most important we feel comfortable in the car and have a good platform to work from. Overnight we will try to improve and go from there.”
The German is also matter to an investigation following being involved in a clash with Force India’s Sergio Perez.