Ферари за Великобритания


Себастиан Фетел:
Racing at Silverstone is something special for all the drivers because it’s such a cool track. There are a lot of fast sections. It is also very technical, especially in the first part of the track with the new corners. To be honest, I still prefer the old parts with the fast flowing turns. There is one of the most epic corner sequences in Formula 1 on this circuit, with Maggotts, Becketts and Chapel leading onto the Hangar Straight. I think every driver enjoys that part and I certainly do. We won there last year and it is also the place where Ferrari took its first race win in Formula 1 a long way back, so there is plenty of history there for all of us at Ferrari
Шарл Льоклер:
I am looking forward to being back at Silverstone. It’s a track that I really like driving on. The circuit is well-known for its fast corners which always makes it fun for all the drivers, especially in these cars which have so much downforce. The atmosphere at the Grand Prix is also fantastic and there are a lot of people supporting us, which is great. Being part of a race as iconic as this one is always something special and we will fight to make it a good one.
Матиа Биното:
Silverstone is one of the toughest tracks of the season, providing a real test of a car’s set-up and balance. Tyres also come under a lot of strain here and the amount they wear plays a key role in how your race pans out. We do not expect Silverstone to suit our car particularly well, but at every race, we have seen that the balance of power can change, often unexpectedly. For the British Grand Prix we are bringing a further small aerodynamic modification as we continue to push hard on the development of our car. The weekend will also be an opportunity to increase our understanding of the recent work we did, which has seen us close the gap to our competitors on specific types of track.


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