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Wait, I cannot fathom it being so strdwghtforiara. – Lorena 12-Nov-2016
Vettel, who last year retired after a crash with Robert Kubica. Last year we were close, only a cuople of laps. Now we have a rough idea what is happening on Sunday, meaning everyone will jump in with a lot of fuel. It will be more bumpy and more difficult to control. It is a long race. Vettel will start ahead of Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber as the Milton Keynes-based squad enjoyed a brilliant day. I think obviously it is a great result for both of us and the team, he added. It's Mark's home race it's a little bit funny because last year he set the pole in Germany so it is kind of revenge. He added: I think we did a good step into qualifying again with the car improving, and the final session was all about Does it start to rain or not?' I think I lost a little at the last corner into the main straight, but it was a very, very good lap. I am very happy and the result says it all. I am looking forward to tomorrow, it is quite good to start in front. We don't know how messy it might get tomorrow, there is a lot happening at Albert Park, safety car, no safety car, but it's good to start in front. I am happy. Mark Webber is pleased with his performance in qualifying for tomorrow's Australian Grand Prix, despite missing out on a home pole position to Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel.Red Bull dominated all three segments of today's qualifying session in Melbourne and Vettel managed to pip local hero Webber to pole by just 0.116s.Webber did set the fastest times in sectors one and three on his final run, but lost time in the middle part of the lap and wound up second. It went very, very well today, said Webber. Seb and I are trying to find time that is probably not there, looking for lap time that is risky to get. I wasn't keen on repeating my Bahrain performance [where Webber made a mistake in Q3 and wound up on row four] and it was a good lap a bee's dick off pole! Obviously I am not happy with order today, but we had a good battle today and I will be happy in the morning when I wake up because I am in a good position to have a decent race. This place is extremely unpredictable come Sunday afternoon, not only the circuit but the changeable weather, and tomorrow is a long, long race with the possibility of safety cars and a lot of smaller teams and inexperienced drivers getting used to this type of venue. I don't think we will be finishing in the order of the top 10 we've seen today. Webber also praised the effort of his team, which made changes to the car overnight to compensate for today's cooler track conditions. The team has done a great job all weekend. We have been competitive all weekend, always in the top few. We know we have some very good opposition here, but in the end we got the maximum result for the team today. Fernando Alonso says he is not thinking of victory in the Australian Grand Prix, and claims his main goal is to score as many points as possible.The Ferrari driver, leading the championship after winning in Bahrain two weeks ago, will start tomorrow's race from third position, behind the two Red Bulls of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber.Alonso admitted he did not expect to be able to beat the Red Bulls in qualifying, but was still pleased with his performance. Qualifying has been good for us, said Alonso. We knew that to beat the Red Bulls was a difficult thing to do here, so we concentrated to maximise our potential, and third was a very good result Tomorrow the race is long, so we'll try to finish the race on the podium like Bahrain, and we want to keep scoring points. There will be a long race, with safety cars, accidents, problems and it will be very tough. First we need to finish the race and then see if we are quick to win the race or not. The Spaniard admitted the result was no surprise to him, and said he is confident of a strong, although difficult, race. It's not a surprise because I was not expecting a clear order, he added. Yesterday's times mean really nothing because with a different fuel load that we have this year everyone can have different preparation for this weekend. Yesterday I was P15, so we were preparing the race compared to our competitors a little bit more. For tomorrow I am confident but as all three said tomorrow's race is a very long race with many things that normally happen here. I'm extremely happy with a place in the top three, but this is start of the weekend and tomorrow is the real job. – Retno 27-Oct-2015
that the stint on the intermediate tyres cost him dunirg the Malaysian Grand Prix. Autosport.com has the story.Mark Webber admitted that he took too long to get up to speed on intermediate tyres after only finishing fourth in the Malaysian Grand Prix.Red Bull was unable to fight for victory at Sepang, with Webber only moving up to fourth when his team-mate Sebastian Vettel relinquished the position late on having sustained a puncture in contact with Narain Karthikeyan's HRT.Webber said he did not think that the result meant Red Bull was fundamentally off the pace, more that its set-up had not been quite right to instil confidence in the drivers on the slippery track. I think when it's mixed like that, on intermediates especially, it's down to how you have the balance, how the pressures are, the feeling and the confidence of the driver in those conditions, he said. I felt more confident before the red flag, and then after, on the restart, we went to the inters pretty quickly. Everyone decided to do that and it was the right thing to do. But it took me too long to get comfortable with the car on the intermediates, and that a very, very long stint it was not very Formula 1 driving around with that little grip. But all of us had to get on with it, and when the track started to get dry, I felt much happier and we were going along alright. After dominating the 2011 season, Red Bull has yet to win in 2012, but Webber insisted there was no hint of crisis and felt the Sepang result was decided more by tyre tactics and wet race incidents than actual car performance. Still plenty of positives for us out of this weekend, he said. We would've liked a slightly better result, but there were some inspired calls, we saw that with some strategy up the front, and hats off to those guys. When you're in a position to roll the dice a little bit, you might get a double six, and those guys did today. – Pedro 27-Oct-2015
he had nowhere to go in the first-corner aidncect that put him out of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.The Force India driver was squeezed by team-mate Paul di Resta and Bruno Senna's Williams approaching Turn 1. The resultant contact spun Senna and left Hulkenberg's car being too damaged to continue.Hulkenberg had started from 11th position, but a bad start meant he dropped into the middle of the chasing pack. I made quite a bad start and had a poor run going into the first corner. Then I just got sandwiched by the cars around me go, Hulkenberg said. I think there was my team-mate, a Sauber and a Williams around me, and there was not enough space. I tried to back out of it, but it was too late. There was contact between the cars and that was my race over. Di Resta suffered a puncture in the aidncect and was forced to pit at the end of the first lap.The safety car periods helped the British driver recover to ninth by the finish.Source: Autosport.com – Eesa 17-Jul-2015
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