Car 10 MARK WEBBER, Position 8th "We've got a bit of work to do tomorrow I think. This has been one of the harder circuits for us, in terms of getting the car balance set up correctly. It normally comes together a little easier than it has done...
Car 10 MARK WEBBER, Position 8th
"We've got a bit of work to do tomorrow I think. This has been one of the harder circuits for us, in terms of getting the car balance set up correctly. It normally comes together a little easier than it has done this weekend. But, we will defend our position tomorrow, although Q2 showed how tight it now is between the cars."
Car 9 DAVID COULTHARD, Position 10th
"I didn't manage to hook it up properly with fuel on board in Q3. I had oversteer on the prime tyres going through Turn one and then understeer on the option, so I ran off the circuit. It was a pretty messy lap and we should have been a little bit higher. However, as the fuel burns off tomorrow, we should pick up the pace."
CHRISTIAN HORNER, Team Principal: "A solid qualifying performance from both drivers to start 8th and 10th. We're reasonably placed for tomorrow's race and hopefully we'll get two cars to the finish in point scoring positions."
FABRICE LOM, Renault, Principal Engineer, Track Support: "It was a difficult one today it was so tight between all the cars. The Toro Rosso was quick we're happy to have Vettel next year if he's always as fast as that! Engine related it's a complicated track for drivability and we're struggling a little, so we're working to ensure we have a consistent race tomorrow. We're a bit further back than we would have liked, but we'll work tomorrow to come back from there."
-credit: red bull