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Monaco GP practice reaction: Williams

Nico Rosberg – 1st:
“We had a difficult start to the weekend and I really didn't feel comfortable in the car because of a simple lack of grip to begin with. So we made plenty of set-up changes and we found a significant improvement. By the end of P2, I was much happier and I would say there is more in the car as I had traffic and never really had a clean lap. We also suffered no problems or damage to the car which is a constant issue in Monaco. And let me say, it is great to drive on this track.”

Kazuki Nakajima – 9th:
“This morning was good but for reasons we will look at tonight, the afternoon session was a bit difficult in the car. So I am hoping we can establish what was happening and use third practice to make sure I am well-prepared for qualifying.”

Sam Michael – Technical Director:
“Today was a typical first day in Monaco. We have spent some time looking at the two tyres in the context of a track that is changing hugely compared to a normal track. As a street circuit, all the contaminants are getting cleaned off by the F1 rubber, so it's too early to say where the car is. All the parts we brought here seem to be working well.”


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