Formula 1

Red Bull Duo Happy With Dominant Practice Display

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The Red Bull drivers were pleased with their efforts over the two free practice sessions at Interlagos today after occupying the top two spots of the timesheets in both the morning and afternoon outings.

Sebastian Vettel was fastest in both sessions, despite not being entirely happy about his car set-up. However, the German is wary about the weather forecast for tomorrow:

“I think it was pretty good today – of course it's not the most important thing to be at thetop of the timing list today, it's more important tomorrow and Sunday – but it's a good start. The car feels alright, I'm not one hundred percent happy with the balance and think we can improve it, but it's looking okay. I think it's likely to rain tomorrow.”

Mark Webber was also satisfied with the performance of his RB6 but, like Vettel, is aware that rain may play a part in tomorrow’s race:

“It was a good Friday and we got through everything we wanted,” explained the Aussie. “Obviously the track was in a good condition from the outset, so we were able to get down to work. Conditions were good and we made the most of it. We're not too sure what will happen weather-wise, but we're pretty quick and the car works well in all conditions, so we should be set for a good result.”

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