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Hungarian GP qualifying quotes: Renault

Fernando Alonso – 1st:
“The result this afternoon is fantastic. We knew after Germany that we were more competitive and that the car has really improved with our latest updates, so we decided to take an aggressive strategy this weekend. Tomorrow, our aim is to finish on the podium and starting from pole position gives us a good chance of doing that. Also, with three Renault engines filling the first three places on the grid, it's another demonstration of the superb work done by the whole team.”

Nelson Piquet Jr – 15th:
“I knew that qualifying was going to be difficult. I managed to get a good lap in Q1, but in Q2 there was a lot of traffic and I couldn't repeat the lap time, so unfortunately I missed out on Q3. Tomorrow it's vital that we make a good start and I will do my best to have a strong race.”

Pat Symonds – Executive Director of Engineering:
“I think after Germany we regained a lot of confidence in the car and the developments we had made to it. We therefore came here intending to go racing aggressively and by taking pole position we have accomplished the first part of our task. We now need to translate that into a good, solid finish tomorrow, hopefully on the podium.”



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XHannahX

July 26, 2009 9:20 AM

Piquet looked like he'd been crying when he went to the interview after qualy, I really hope he's alright. He knows he's under pressure to deliever and maybe it's all getting too much. He's a nice go so it was a bit upsetting to see him like that. :(



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