Ferrari came away from the second practice session as the fastest, with Charles Leclerc beating teammate Sebastian Vettel to the top spot.
Leclerc's fastest time was a 1:42.872, which was over three-tenths up on Vettel's time. Both drivers struggled during the low grip conditions, taking to the runoff area on a number of occasions.
Leclerc touched the wall on the exit of Turn 7 early on in the session, but managed to come away with no damage.
Mercedes was over six-tenths down on their Italian rivals, as Lewis Hamilton ended the session in third place.
His teammate Valtteri Bottas was fifth, while Max Verstappen split the two Silver Arrows in fourth place.
Lance Stroll brought out a red flag 15 minutes into the session after he locked up going into Turn 2. As he attempted to steer out of the corner and into the run-off, he made contact with the barrier, destroying his left front suspension.
Kvyat too hit the barrier, becoming a victim of Turn 7. The Russian also locked up and lost the rear after the apex, which pitched him into the barrier.
The crash brought out another red flag, which disrupted the long runs of several teams.
Toro Rosso displayed some strong pace despite the disappointing end to the session.
Kvyat ended the session in sixth place, while teammate Alexander Albon was eighth. McLaren too looked strong, as Carlos Sainz split the two Red Bull-owned cars.
The second McLaren of Lando Norris rounded out the top ten, as the Briton concluded Friday running behind the Red Bull of Pierre Gasly, who is seemingly continuing to struggle at his new team.
George Russell didn't make an appearance during FP2, as Williams confirmed earlier today that it will change his chassis before the final practice session on Saturday.
Russell ran over a drain cover this morning, which brought an end to the entire session as a track inspection was carried out by the FIA to ensure the safety of the drivers.