Nico Rosberg set the pace for Mercedes today and headed the timesheets at the conclusion of day four in Bahrain. Jenson Button was 'best of the rest' for McLaren, albeit more than 1.5 seconds slower, followed by Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen, Williams newbie Felipe Nasr and Lotus man Pastor Maldonado. Daniel Ricciardo meanwhile only did 15 laps for Red Bull as the Milton Keynes-based outfit continued to struggle... Full report here.

1. Nico RosbergGermanyMercedes-Mercedes1min 33.283secs 89 laps
2. Jenson ButtonBritainMcLaren-Mercedes1min 34.957secs 66 laps
3. Kimi RaikkonenFinlandFerrari-Ferrari1min 36.718secs 81 laps
4. Felipe NasrBrazilWilliams-Mercedes1min 37.569secs 87 laps
5. Pastor MaldonadoVenezuelaLotus-Renault1min 38.707secs 59 laps
6. Sergio PerezMexicoForce India-Mercedes1min 39.258secs 19 laps
7. Daniel RicciardoAustraliaRed Bull-Renault1min 39.837secs 15 laps
8. Jean-Eric VergneRussiaSTR-Renault1min 40.472secs 19 laps
9. Kamui KobyashiJapanSauber-Ferrari1min 43.027secs 17 laps
10. Marcus EricssonSweden Caterham-Renault1min 45.094secs 4 laps
11. Adrian SutilGermanySauber-FerrariNo time 7 laps
12. Jules BianchiFranceMarussia-FerrariNo time 5 laps

Comparative laps times - Bahrain Grand Prix 2013:

Pole position:Nico RosbergGermanyMercedes-Mercedes 1min 32.330secs

Fastest (race) lap:Sebastian VettelGermanyRed Bull-Renault1min 36.961secs



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