Briton fastest in Barcelona.
McLaren driver Jenson Button topped the times on the second morning of the last session of testing in Spain before the new Formula One campaign gets under way next month.
Button, the 2009 world champion, was 0.216 seconds quicker than Germany’s Adrian Sutil, driving for Force India in conditions that started off very wet before beginning to dry up.
Sutil’s impressive performance came a day after he was confirmed as the Force India team’s second driver for 2013 after a 12-month absence.
His compatriot Niko Huelkenberg, in a Sauber, was third, while world champion Sebastian Vettel was tenth in his Red Bull, for whom Mark Webber had set the quickest pace on Thursday.