Carlos Sainz has topped the timesheets after the second day of test two in Barcelona with a 1:17.144.
Sainz's time marks the fastest that we've seen so far at winter testing this year, beating the previous time set by Nico Hulkenberg last Thursday. Sergio Perez was second for Racing Point, while Sebastian Vettel ended the session in third place.
However, it was a tough day for Ferrari, who missed out on a lot of running. A mechanical problem with the car saw Vettel crash this morning as he rounded Turn 3. The German had 40 laps to his name at the time of the incident, which was all Ferrari managed today, as Leclerc didn't get out in the afternoon.
Kimi Raikkonen was fourth for Alfa Romeo, ahead of former teammate Romain Grosjean. Max Verstappen followed in the Honda-powered Red Bull, managing 128 laps throughout the day.
Daniil Kvyat was seventh, ahead of the Mercedes duo of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton. Nico Hulkenberg was tenth for Renault, as he and Sainz racked up 130 laps - the most of any driver.
Robert Kubica and Nico Hulkenberg were the last of the timed lappers.