Well I mean we always feel this and indeed it is what it is. We have to face the reality and the reality is that at the moment we are sort of the fourth strongest team and the gaps to the front are unfortunately too big to battle with those guys unless there are unusual circumstances. Maybe this track potentially suits us a little bit more but the gaps are too big to really make an impression to the guys up front so seventh and eighth that's our possible target that we can achieve and that's what we are going to aim for.
Sebastian, a good break? Can we ask how you recharged your batteries?
I think I did what most people do in their holidays. I didn't work. I had a good time off trying to forget a little bit about Formula One. Just doing the usual things, enjoying the sun, enjoying the weather, good food, moving a lot, so yes enjoyed the fresh air, enjoyed the summer. After I think Hungary, which was unusual, and Nurburgring
especially and England I think it was a good call.
Is this a circuit that will return Red Bull
to winning form?
We will see. It is not our favourite circuit as there are a lot of straights here, more than on most of the other tracks. There are some corners but they are all in sector two, so sector one and three is quite difficult. We have seen that in the past but I think generally we had a very good car around here, the last two years especially so I am looking forward. It is a very nice track all in all and looking forward to the weekend. The last couple of races we know we might not have been on the top of our game but I think we have understood, learnt quite a lot so we will see where we are this weekend.