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Hungarian GP qualifying quotes: Toyota

Jarno Trulli – 12th:
“I have not been particularly happy with the car all weekend, and unfortunately we couldn't make it into the top ten today. The lap times have been very close all weekend, and just a couple of tenths makes a big difference in the standings. Ultimately we didn't have the pace. It's difficult at the moment to judge exactly where we were lacking, but obviously we were hoping for a better result. I am a racing driver and I never give up; the race is long and anything can happen, so I will do my best to score points.”

Timo Glock – 14th:
“I am disappointed with that result, especially because this morning I felt we had quite a good package and the car felt competitive, even though I lost some track time. For some reason we just couldn't get the best lap time out of the car, which is a pity. On my last flying lap I caught another car in the final corner and lost a little time; I am sure I would have been able to go faster, but that's how things go in qualifying on a twisty track like this. Starting from 14th makes it difficult for us tomorrow because overtaking is pretty much impossible here, but we will see what we can do in terms of strategy and of course we will do our best.”

Pascal Vasselon – Senior General Chassis Manager:
“Obviously we have had a few troubles this weekend. We had various technical issues with both cars, including a loss of hydraulic pressure for Timo this morning, and this has caused us to lose some valuable track time. The field is clearly very tight at the moment and if you are not getting the full potential out of your car, it costs you a lot. We haven't performed well so far this weekend, and the result today was not good enough. Still, we have to focus on the race tomorrow and look at the various options we have to try to make up positions.”



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