With pre-season testing now over, attention turns to the opening race of the 2016 Formula 1 season in Melbourne, Australia on March 20 – but a number of questions still remain unanswered.
Testing offered some kind of clue as to how the pecking order may shake up this year, with Mercedes once again appearing to lead the way.
However, as testing wore on, Ferrari grew in strength with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen both leading the way at periods, while a small chink appeared in Mercedes’ armor on the final day.
Recapping all of our coverage of the second pre-season test, here’s our ‘all posts, one place’ run-down.
Day 1: Rosberg paces opening day of second Barcelona test
Day 2: Valtteri Bottas leads on day two of second Barcelona F1 test
Day 3: Raikkonen’s day at Barcelona; tops timesheets, debuts ‘Halo’ device
Day 4: Sebastian Vettel quickest as F1 pre-season testing ends in Barcelona
Sauber officially reveals new C35 chassis
Toro Rosso confirms 2016 livery (PHOTOS)
Daniel Ricciardo will ‘definitely’ take up Dale Jr.’s Xfinity offer one day
Kimi Raikkonen trials ‘Halo’ F1 cockpit protection in Barcelona
Jenson Button hails biggest improvement by Honda in 14 months
Eric Boullier: No time frame for Jost Capito’s arrival at McLaren
Alonso hits out at complexity of modern F1, ongoing qualifying saga
Kimi Raikkonen: ‘Halo’ makes little difference to F1 cockpit vision
Lewis Hamilton slams ‘Halo’ device in Instagram post
Nico Rosberg on ‘Halo’ F1 cockpit protection: “I’m all for it”
Sebastian Vettel: ‘Halo’ would have saved Justin Wilson’s life
Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1 is ‘broken’ and lacks direction
Rare blip for Mercedes as Hamilton stalls on final test day
Wehrlein: Gap for Manor to make up ‘much smaller’ in 2016
FIA: F1’s new qualifying system “should” debut at Melbourne
Philippe Bianchi calls on FIA to “go further” than ‘Halo’
Haas F1 encouraged after positive final day of testing