Kimi Raikkonen has topped the leaderboard ahead of Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel in the second practice session for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
"We were decent yesterday", Daniel Ricciardo said after qualifying fifth, which will become fourth with Hamilton's penalty. "I'll try to improve the feeling and balance to put myself in the best position possible".
"We don't think we'll have to take a grid penalty, so we'll see".
"We definitely have got some work to do", Hamilton said. "I think it's never happened to me before in my career, something like that".
"It was closer than expected so far as the gap to pole was four-tenths which is encouraging but still frustrating to be at the tail end of that", Ricciardo said. "We know that in the race we are still struggling a little bit on this".
Pierre Gasly went seventh quickest in his Honda-powered Toro Rosso, ahead of Renault's Carlos Sainz and the second Haas of Kevin Magnussen.
His time in the Friday afternoon session was not representative of his actual pace, however, as Hamilton locked up in his Mercedes while on his fastest lap before then reporting his tires were "dead". With Bahraini ownership, McLaren had many of their key shareholders in their garage on Saturday but could only qualify 13th and 14th with Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne respectively.
It all leads up to Sunday's race, which starts at 4.10pm BST and where Hamilton and Vettel will again expect to lead the pack.
Overtaking - or the lack of it - was on the agenda after the Australian Grand Prix, with Albert Park once again proving to be a notoriously hard track to pass on with the current generation of vehicle.
The Dutch driver got out and helped stewards wheel the vehicle back to the team garage.
The American-owned team showed a surprising turn of speed in Melbourne but had to stomach the disappointment of seeing both their cars retire while on course for a best-ever result.
Wilde tweeted her reaction to the video on Friday, posting a link to the video and wrote on Twitter: "This was funnnnnnnn". Earlier this week, Drake revealed that he has been working long hours to get ready his new album due sometime this year.
At a December meeting to discuss Pruitt's plan, a deputy of Kelly's said the plan was "dead" and not to be discussed further. Indeed, they may prefer a hobbled Pruitt at EPA than a new administrator who they might not be as able to easily target.
The MPs are Y V Subbareddy, Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, Y S Avinash Reddy, V Varaprasad Rao and P V Mithun Reddy. Meanwhile, YSRCP leaders continue their indefinite hunger strike in New Delhi for third day over the issue.
Fourteen survivors were still in hospital, with some in critical condition, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said. There is a stand of trees on the southeast corner of the intersection, limiting visibility of the approach on both roads.
On the poster and in the programme which the match is advertised, WWE states that they can't confirm if the match will take place. WWE has built a lot of anticipation for The Deadman's return, but at least we know that his return won't be delayed any longer.
Positive global cues as trade war worries between the United States and China faded too bolstered trading sentiment. Sensex took a breather on Friday after Thursday's 577 point rally as traders book profit in recent gainers.
In one sense, he was happy to be playing. "I saw where it was and I knew where it needed to be", he said . His third shot landed past the hole and left him with a downhill, 20-foot par putt that he missed left.
He believed she was headed to the YouTube complex and he told police the family was concerned "she might do something". He talked to the police officer who had originally called him and he told that officer of his family's concerns.
Jack Stephens saw red for reacting to a foul from Jack Wilshere before Mohamed Elneny was also sent off for pushing Cedric Soares. Substitute Charlie Austin equalised a minute after coming on but with nine minutes left Welbeck headed in Iwobi's cross.
Kim, relying on South Korean diplomats to relay the message, requested a meeting with Trump in March, and the president accepted. CNN reports that Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, is also being considered as a potential meeting place.
UK Sugar Tax To Shake Up Soft-Drink Market
The tax is aimed at reducing the consumption of such drinks and levels of obesity, particularly among children . More than 60,000 children had teeth extracted in hospital past year - the equivalent to 141 operations a day.
Cold Saturday, Snow on Sunday
This storm system would pull in some warmer air with highs in the 50s and, at this time, only rain showers are expected. We will need to watch for a changeover from rain to sleet/snow by late afternoon and evening as the temperatures drop.