F1 COST-CUTTING: Part Four Catalan Cashplan -- Money for Monaco There's only two weeks to go to the Monaco GP, the most expensive race on the calendar. If you're considering buying a glass of water in Jimmy'z nightclub, a Croque Monsieur...
F1 COST-CUTTING: Part Four
Catalan Cashplan -- Money for Monaco
There's only two weeks to go to the Monaco GP, the most expensive race on the calendar. If you're considering buying a glass of water in Jimmy'z nightclub, a Croque Monsieur from a street stall or -- really extravagant -- eating the peanuts out of your hotel minibar, start saving those Euros now. Convert a Red Bull can into this handy moneybox!
Note: We advise drinking the Red Bull first.
Car 14 MARK WEBBER
1st Practice P12, 2nd Practice P5
"Another cliff hanging Friday eh? Ha ha. Obviously everyone knows this track very well, so it's always going to be pretty tight around here, but we had a pretty good P2. P1 wasn't that great, but P2 was better for us and I got a better feeling for the car. We had a little problem on the last run in P2, but we know what that was about. The guys did a good job today and we've got a solid amount of data to go through tonight, so I think we're in pretty good shape."
Car 15 SEBASTIAN VETTEL
1st Practice P13, 2nd Practice P7
"A pretty normal Friday except that at some stage we had a problem with the radio and I think I had some Spanish taxi drivers to talking to me! Other than that it was normal Friday business. We did a lot of laps and tested some new parts, which I think we got an answer on, but to be sure for tomorrow and Sunday we will compare the data in comparison to our competitors. I'm confident there are areas where I can improve and where we can improve the car, so we have to work hard and come back stronger tomorrow."
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