|What 0.007/sec looks like (via SkySportsF1)|
Has the competition caught up to Mercedes? It's more likely the very specific characteristics of the Singapore circuit played a role. If you accept Mercedes' big engine advantage is due to their superior MGU-H (turbo) component then it might be that all those short segments make it less of a factor.
In any case, today's exciting qualifying hint at a very interesting race tomorrow. The only shame that Kimi Raikkonen did not get a chance to show his speed in Q3 because of yet another problem on his Ferrari.