Lewis Hamilton posted the quickest time across the two days of running in Bahrain this week, scene of the first 2014 F1 in-season test. His quickest lap was a 1 minute 34.136 seconds, leaving him more than a second up on Jean-Eric Vergne's Toro Rosso, but also around a second off the pole position time from this weekend's race (1m 33.185s).

Meanwhile, in terms of laps, Mercedes easily did the most - 241 tours as a team, and almost 600 as an engine supplier. Lotus did the fewest, just 32.

Lap times

1. Lewis HamiltonBritainMercedes-Mercedes1m 34.136s 120 laps (2)
2. Jean-Eric VergneFranceToro Rosso-Renault1m 35.557s 64 laps (2)
3. Nico RosbergGermanyMercedes-Mercedes1m 35.897s 121 laps (1)
4. Nico HulkenbergGermanyForce India-Mercedes1m 36.064s 69 laps (1)
5. Kevin MagnussenDenmarkMcLaren-Mercedes1m 36.203s 128 laps* (2)
6. Sergio PerezMexicoForce India-Mercedes1m 36.586s 63 laps (2)
7. Fernando AlonsoSpainFerrari-Ferrari1m 36.626s 81 laps* (1)
8. Valtteri BottasFinlandWilliams-Mercedes1m 37.305s 28 laps (1)
9. Daniel RicciardoAustraliaRed Bull-Renault1m 37.310s 158 laps* (2)
10. Jules BianchiFranceMarussia-Ferrari1m 37.316s 93 laps (2)
11. Giedo van der GardeHollandSauber-Ferrari1m 37.623s 77 laps (2)
12. Max ChiltonBritonMarussia-Ferrari1m 37.678s 60 laps (1)
13. Sergey SirotkinRussiaSauber-Ferrari1m 39.023s 76 laps (1)
14. Marcus EricssonSwedenCaterham-Renault1m 39.263s 66 laps (2)
15. Felipe NasrBrazilWilliams-Mercedes1m 39.679s 64 laps (1)
16. Robin FrijnsNetherlandsCaterham-Renault1m 40.027s 63 laps (1)
17. Pastor MaldonadoVenezuelaLotus-Renault1m 40.183s 16 laps (1)
18. Daniil KvyatRussiaToro Rosso-Renault1m 40.452s 67 laps (1)
19. Romain GrosjeanFranceLotus-Renault1m 43.596s 16 laps (2)

all times unofficial

[(Number in brackets) denotes day time set; * denotes driver ran on both days]

Comparative laps times - Bahrain Grand Prix 2014:

Pole position:Nico RosbergGermanyMercedes-Mercedes 1min 33.185secs

Fastest (race) lap:Nico RosbergGermanyMercedes-Mercedes1min 37.020secs

Combined lap counts - Team:

1. Mercedes241 laps
2. Red Bull Racing 158 laps
3. Marussia153 laps
= Sauber153 laps
5. Force India132 laps
6. Toro Rosso 131 laps
7. Caterham129 laps
8. McLaren128 laps
9. Williams92 laps
10. Ferrari81 laps
11. Lotus32 laps

Combined lap counts - Engine:

1. Mercedes 593 (148.25 laps per team average)
2. Renault450 (112.50 laps per team average)
3. Ferrari387 (129 laps per team average)