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Italian Grand Prix 2010: Red Bull Racing Friday Quotes

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Sebastian Vettel
Car 5

“It was quite good today. It's a Friday, so the laptimes vary and you don’t know what the fuel loads are, but I'm quite confident. It looks better for us here than it did a year ago. Obviously here is no KERS this year, which helps us. We need to be patient and we'll see the true pace tomorrow.

McLaren is extremely quick and their cars went off a couple of times, so I don’t know if they had a clean afternoon. Ferrari was quick in the afternoon too, it will be tight. It's a short lap here with a lot of short straights and not so many corners – the gap between cars will be very small.”

First Practice Session
Position: 2, Best Time: 1:23.790, Laps: 27, Chassis No. 5

Second Practice Session
Position: 1, Best Time: 1:22.839, Laps: 27, Chassis No. 5

Mark Webber
Car 6

“I lost water pressure in P2 and had to stop the car, which compromised our running a little bit, but we still got some good information today. The car is going pretty well. I have to find a little bit of lap time myself, but the car is performing and I'm quite happy. We’ll see how we go tomorrow, but we’re in the ballpark which is nice. Ferrari look strong as well.”

First Practice Session
Position: 6, Best Time: 1:24.446, Laps: 26, Chassis No. 3

Second Practice Session
Position: 6, Best Time 1:23.415, Laps: 23, Chassis No. 3

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