Positive results but still a lot of work to do to perform well on Sunday.
The German stopped twice, to become the first driver to win in Korea from pole.
Both car did not finished due to mechanical problems.
Jean-Eric Vergne: “We had a problematic Friday, with the main difficulty having to do with the balance of the car."
Daniel Ricciardo: “The crash was my error, trying to make up for lost ground. At the start, my car just seemed to sit there without moving off the line..."
Ricciardo thinks the differential element was coping with the pressure at the time when Ricciardo and Vergne knew we were being considered for 2014.
Daniel Ricciardo: "As for the race, the guys who went out in Q2 might have a little bit of a tyre advantage."
Rivals close in but Vettel and Red Bull Racing continue to set the pace at the Marina Bay street circuit.
Daniel Ricciardo: "Today, myself and Jean-Eric were just outside the top ten, but I’m confident we can move forward from there tomorrow and if we get into Q3."
Mark Webber: "It's the public's choice, it's up to them how they view what he (Vettel) is doing."
Daniel Ricciardo: "The atmosphere is fantastic and, as an Italian team, I hope we can come away with some good points tomorrow.”
Jean-Eric Vergne retire with a transmission problem.