Infiniti and Red Bull Racing: Australian Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted on 17. Mar, 2012 by in Nissan Canada

03.17.2012

, MELBOURNE

Infiniti and Red Bull Racing: Australian Grand Prix Qualifying

Car 2 MARK WEBBER
Position: 5th
(3rd Practice – P3, 1:25.900)

“We knew there were some discerning guys out there – McLaren and Mercedes generally and Romain did good too. Everyone always thinks we have special pieces to keep entrance back, though this year it’s non-stop right up. we didn’t have KERS during a finish of a session, that affects your stroke during subordinate – it’s a contrition as it’s been unblemished all winter. I’m gratified with my path in Q3. We can still get on a lectern tomorrow, though we have some quick cars around us, no doubt about it.”

Car 1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL
Position: 6th
(3rd Practice – P7, 1:26.211)

“It’s a initial subordinate of a year, so it’s always formidable to know what to expect, though we consider what we saw currently was not a surprise, a path times were close. We would have desired to have been closer to a front, though in Q3 we wasn’t happy with my lap. we done a mistake during a commencement and mislaid some time, so that was down to me. we could have been one or dual places higher, though that’s how it goes. We are not starting during a front, though we are not starting during a behind either, so it’s distant from catastrophic and per a automobile we know what we need to do. We have a prolonged competition brazen of us tomorrow and a lot of opportunities, so I’m looking brazen to it.”

CHRISTIAN HORNER:
“Mark mislaid his KERS going into Q3, that is a initial KERS problem we have had all winter. It’s hapless that it had to strike during a many vicious time of subordinate but, nonetheless, he did an glorious path to record a fifth fastest time. Sebastian never seemed to unequivocally find a gait in a automobile that seemed to be there this morning, so we have copiousness to demeanour during this evening. Fifth and sixth is distant from a disaster and with a double DRS zones accessible this year, I’m certain we can be in improved figure tomorrow afternoon.”

(Renault) CYRIL DUMONT:
“First of all we’re gratified to be behind on track, though of march we would have elite to be in a aloft position for tomorrow. Apologies to Mark who suffered from a KERS emanate during qualifying; he could have been P2 or P3, so it’s a large shame. For Seb we were not means to be in a improved position, maybe he suffered from a miss of using this morning. It’s a initial competition tomorrow and many things can occur – so we’ll see what we can do.”

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