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Ромен Грожан:
It was good today, I think both our cars behaved really well. We got the tires working, had some pace, so it was much more fun in the car. We’re still evaluating everything with the package, we can probably find a bit more from it. It’s always tricky when you get a new one to find the right set-up around it. I think the biggest thing today was getting the tires to work, it just wasn’t the same car. I could actually enjoy driving it, I knew what I was going to get. The tires were gripping, they weren’t sliding and going away and destroying themselves. It was a big difference. It’s a bit of a shame we’ve got to put in so much effort for a piece of rubber, but clearly it shows where we need to improve. We need to do more, especially for Monaco and Canada, but coming back here and being able to enjoy two good sessions, it shows that the problem has not been our chassis, it’s related to tire usage. It’s been a positive day, I’ve enjoyed driving the car. I’m sure there’s going to be more to come from it.
Кевин Магнусен:
They were good practice sessions. The car felt good – but it’s not like the car hasn’t felt good in other practice sessions this year. We’re still cautious in our expectations I guess. Our long runs seemed better than in previous races, so I guess there’s reason to be slightly more positive. We’ve just got to keep working. We need to try and understand why it’s better today, to see what we can learn and take with us for the future. Romain (Grosjean) ran the upgrades today, and I ran what we’ve been using all season – so we could have a direct comparison and get the data in the same conditions at the same time. I think that was all positive, there’s stuff to fine tune on that. We’re seeing what we expected, so that’s good.
Гюнтер Щайнер:
Well, obviously it’s been a better Friday than in Baku, but we’ve still got a lot of work to do to understand our new aero package. It looks like we’ve got some of the speed back into the car from the beginning of the season. The obvious thing I’m going to say now is that it’s all in the tires, but that’s what it is. If we get the tires to work, if we get them in their temperature range, they work, and it seems we’re fine. We’ll keep focused for qualifying and the race and try to get the best from this opportunity.


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