Pirelli has completed its two day wet weather tyre test at Paul Ricard, with Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat getting back to F1 action alongside Stoffel Vandoorne.
Though lap times are largely irrelevant due to the use of 2015 specification cars – the final time the Ferrari SF15-T, Red Bull RB11 and McLaren MP4-30 – will get any prolonged track running, it was Vettel who would turn in the quickest time towards the end of the test as Pirelli simulated a drying surface.
A second outing in Ferrari machinery this year having sampled a 2014 specification F14-T earlier this month, Vettel was a tenth up on Kvyat, who didn't make it out on track during the final stint as Red Bull finished up early.
Having been stopped by an engine failure on Monday, Vandoorne suffered more niggles on the McLaren early on, but completed 127 laps by the close of play.
In all, Pirelli completed 266 laps on Monday and 373 laps on Tuesday – a total of 639 laps of wet track testing around the 3.8km configuration of the circuit.
Attention now turns to the official pre-season F1 tests next month, which will see the 11 teams debut their 2016 challengers. Kicking off on February 22nd at the Circuit de Catalunya, two tests will be conducted across eight days in total before the 2016 F1 opener in Australia.