The Friday morning’s first session saw Rosberg the fastest and this was right before Hamilton came and surprisingly took over in the second session.
Off the pace that had been set by Hamilton was German Vettel who was off by six-tenths of a second. Hamilton was with Finn Kimi Raikkonen who is his team-mate with a drifting time of 1.3 seconds of Mercedes in the lead.
That was pinpointing a succeeding later on Saturday was expected to be decided by an acceptable brim between the two men cruising in powerful Mercedes.
Felipe Massa who is from Brazil emerged to be in the fifth in the leading was Williams ahead of Finn Valtteri Bottas who is his team mate. Dutch Teenager Jos Verstappen of Toro Rosso and the 2009 king Briton Jenson Button of McLaren Honda.
In the second session, Spaniard Carlos Sainz came in ninth while Toro Rosso and Mexican Sergio Perez came in tenth for force India. This left a highly disappointed Daniel Ricciardo who is an Australian down in the 10th while driving his Red Bull.
Russian Daniil Kvyat who is his team mate and also a local champion came in the 13th position but he was behind the two-time champion who is Spaniard Fernando Alonso in the second McLaren. This was a commendation of his team’s development since their heart breaking session in the year 2015.