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Singapore GP practice quotes: BMW Sauber

Nick Heidfeld – 4th:
I really enjoy the track, it is great fun driving here, although it is still bumpy and was extremely dusty. I think our performance doesn't look too bad, although we had several types of problems in the first session. Besides having to change the gearbox, there was also trouble with the floor and tyre pressures. But for the second session we got several things right. I did my fastest lap quite early on new tyres, and was leading for a long time until some of the other drivers did their runs on new tyres towards the end of the session.

Robert Kubica – 10th:,/b>
The track today was very dirty and the grip was poor. There was a lot of dust off the racing line especially at the start of the day, but it was also the same in the second session. The track surface is better than last year but it is still quite bumpy. We had a small problem in the beginning of the second session with a gearbox sensor, but it was fixed quickly and we were able to finish our programme.

Willy Rampf – head of engineering:
We brought a comprehensive development programme for the F1.09 to Singapore. From an aerodynamics point of view, this comprises a new front wing, more deeply undercut sidepods, a further developed double diffuser and a modified rear wing. Added to which, the F1.09 also has a totally new and more compact gearbox. For the drivers it is, of course, a challenge to get used to the heavily modified car. We gained important indications, but are not where we want to be. There is still a lot of work ahead of us. However, this is not unusual if you bring such a large modified package



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(L to R): Peter Sauber (SUI) Former Sauber Owner with Bernie Ecclestone (GBR) and Jean Todt (FRA) FIA President on the grid.
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Pascal Wehrlein (GER) Sauber C36.
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Pascal Wehrlein (GER) Sauber C36.
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Pascal Wehrlein (GER) Sauber C36 leads Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP) Scuderia Toro Rosso STR12.
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Pascal Wehrlein (GER) Sauber C36 and Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP) Scuderia Toro Rosso STR12 battle for position.
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Pascal Wehrlein (GER) Sauber C36.
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