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Racing Point look forward to close weekend

Author: Will Hings Published: 29th November 2019 15:55

It’s going to be another close and competitive weekend with small margins making the difference in the midfield.It’s going to be another close and competitive weekend with small margins making the difference in the midfield.


OTMAR SZAFNAUER, CEO & TEAM PRINCIPAL of SIlverstone based F1 Racing Point, "It’s going to be another close and competitive weekend with small margins making the difference in the midfield. We’ve collected plenty of data today, although the three red flags prevented us from doing as much running as we would have liked. That said, we have a good understanding of the three tyre compounds and by the end of the day we had given the drivers a car balance more to their liking. The homework we’ve done should give us a good chance to compete for a place in Q3 tomorrow evening."

LANCE STROLL - CHASSIS 02

FP1    1:39.864    P12    23 laps
FP2    1:37.985    P13    32 laps
Lance: "The car looks pretty competitive, but obviously we don’t know what set-up and fuel loads the rest of the teams are running today so we will see what tomorrow brings. There are some things to look over tonight, but our pace in the second session gives us confidence for the rest of the weekend. We have a good balance here so it’s about optimising our package tomorrow. Every weekend is important but we definitely want to finish off the season on a high."



SERGIO PEREZ - CHASSIS 03

FP1    1:39.901    P14    17 laps
FP2    1:37.637    P8    32 laps
Sergio Perez: "It has been a good day and our pace in FP2 was competitive. The evening session is generally the most representative so I’m feeling quite optimistic. Tomorrow is looking very tight and I think one or two tenths will make the difference between making Q3 and missing out. If we are able to put everything together and find a bit of rhythm and pace tomorrow, we can secure a good result in qualifying. Our race pace is also looking competitive so hopefully we can carry this forward into Sunday."

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