The second practice for the Bahrain GP and we’re still none the wiser as to who’s on form and going to grab pole position on Saturday or grace their presence on the podium come Sunday afternoon.  Times are as follows:

Senna’s session ended badly with his Hispania car losing a wheel nut and he was forced to pull over just as the chequered flag fell.  Great showing for newbie Hulkenberg and it seems Rosberg is up to his old tricks by topping practice timesheets again (he did this more often than not and more often than any other driver in 2009, but only scored a handful of points…)

Mark Webber wasn’t looking too happy – his Red Bull had a drive shaft problem which the engineers will be working on now to ensure he’s all fixed up ahead of the next practice on Saturday morning. (7am GMT).  As for the new teams, Lotus again look to be the best.

Badger will have a full review of Friday shenanigans later today…