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It’s Grand Prix Friday, when the teams head out on track to nail their car setups for qualifying and race, test new parts, get used to the tyres and put themselves in the best possible shape for the weekend ahead.

Except this weekend is a little bit different with the teams having an greater allowance of tyres from Pirelli to give them ample chance learn as much as possible about Circuit of the Americas (aka COTA).

If you want to learn more about the track, you can check out our virtual track walk here.

And so who’s come out on top?  Check the times below and we’ll be bringing you photos from the trackside very shortly (and may less images of the International Man of Mystery and Montegos)

1Sebastian VettelRed Bull/Renault1'38.12530
2Lewis HamiltonMcLaren/Mercedes1'39.5431.41828
3Fernando AlonsoFerrari1'40.3372.21229
4Jenson ButtonMcLaren/Mercedes1'40.5282.40329
5Mark WebberRed Bull/Renault1'40.6502.52530
6Felipe MassaFerrari1'40.9662.84126
7Nico HulkenbergForce India/Mercedes1'41.0232.89829
8Kamui KobayashiSauber/Ferrari1'41.0362.91128
9Nico RosbergMercedes1'41.1593.03432
10Sergio PerezSauber/Ferrari1'41.4733.34829
11Paul Di RestaForce India/Mercedes1'41.7833.65829
12Daniel RicciardoToro Rosso/Ferrari1'41.8253.70028
13Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso/Ferrari1'41.8333.70829
14Kimi RaikkonenLotus/Renault1'41.8803.75523
15Romain GrosjeanLotus/Renault1'41.9983.87327
16Pastor MaldonadoWilliams/Renault1'42.5394.41430
18Charles PicMarussia/Cosworth1'43.2885.16323
20Vitaly PetrovCaterham/Renault1'43.5225.39723
21Timo GlockMarussia/Cosworth1'44.4646.33924
22Bruno SennaWilliams/Renault1'44.5486.42329
23Pedro de la RosaHRT/Cosworth1'46.9178.79213
24Ma Qing HuaHRT/Cosworth1'48.55910.43419
Vettel on a fast one – via @TomRedknap on Twitter