Red Bull Racing threatening to another domain in the first row after putting his rivals in the shade in practice for Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.
Following the morning session was McLaren who scored a brace in Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya, with Lewis Hamilton ahead of his teammate Jenson Button by more than half a second.
But as fuel load went down in the afternoon period of 90 minutes, so did the times, with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber comfortably clear of his rivals.
A Red Bull car has been on pole in four races this season. Webber Vettel takes three to one, while the duo managed to lock the front row in Australia and China.
However, despite such overwhelming superiority in the grade they have managed just one victory to the frustration of everyone within the team.
Other reproduction of this form in qualifying on Saturday and it is difficult to go beyond another success of Red Bull, especially when the last nine winners of this race have started from the pole.
Vettel finished fastest with a lap of one minute 19.965 seconds, faster than Webber 0.210secs and 1.1secs better than Hamilton is the best in the morning.
Michael Schumacher revival continued as for the first time this season ended faster than GP Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the two sessions on Friday.
Much has been the start of the unfortunate seven-time champion of his return after three years in retirement, and many believe it should have been at home with his family.
But since the last exit in Shanghai three weeks ago, the team has worked tirelessly in a car to match Schumacher, in particular, to provide a different chassis.
As in the morning, Schumacher was third overall in the afternoon, finishing 0. 792secs behind Vettel, Fernando Alonso gives her Spanish fans something to celebrate as it was a 0.062secs below to Ferrari.
Hamilton was fifth with a time slightly slower than his morning run, with Robert Kubica Renault, Rosberg and Felipe Massa of Ferrari, which occupies the next three places ahead of Button in ninth.
Adrian Sutil completed the top 10 in his Force India, but finished 1.5secs off the pace of fellow German Vettel.
Nico Hulkenberg has participated in the only major incident of the two sessions, with the young German causing a red flag the race 21 minutes in the afternoon.
Hulkenberg was left in a gravel trap before taking the artificial turf that led to sling his Williams on the track and into a tire wall.
The usual suspects occupied the six locations, with Lotus duo Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen at the head of the new guys, and 4.2secs 4.9secs adrift respectively.
Lucas di Grassi Virgin Racing was 21 and his teammate Timo Glock 24, the last of 6.631secs Vettel, possibly due to the fuel tank bigger now installed inside the car this last after a design flaw that they were unable correct over the first four races.
Hispania Racing linking Bruno Senna and Karun Chandhok boys sandwiched Virgin, but also a yawning six seconds