Finally, in the afternoon session of Day 3, ROKiT Williams Racing got a car out! Rookie George Russell could do 23 laps in the session and with the time Williams have lost, every lap is gold.
Another surprise, Daniil Kvyat topped the timesheets with a time of 1:17.704! The Toro Rosso also got 137 laps done.
Kimi Räikkönen was less than a tenth behind and the Finn could do 138 laps, which was the most of anybody.
Daniel Ricciardo was third for Renault, while managing 80 laps in the afternoon session alone.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was a couple tenths behind with 134 laps done.
Max Verstappen was next with his RB15 doing 109 laps.
Nico Hülkenberg drove the Renault in the morning session and got 63 laps done, which means a total of 143 laps for Renault.
Romain Grosjean and Pietro Fittipaldi shared the Haas and got a total of 117 laps for the American team, who have had issues with reliability.
Carlos Sainz Jr got 90 laps in his McLaren, but his day was marred by repeated failures of an aerodynamic component on his car, the boomerang wing.
Sergio Pérez got just 67 laps for Racing Point all day long.
Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton were next on the timesheets, last of everyone except Williams, but together in the Mercedes, they racked up an enormous 182 laps.
Last was George Russell who did a measly 23 laps and put up a time 8 seconds slower than Daniil Kvyat.
Are Williams going to be left behind? Are Mercedes going to blow everyone else away? Could Alfa Romeo see a resurgence? Leave your thoughts below!