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Brazilian GP practice quotes: Red Bull Racing

Red Bull pair Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber comment on practice for the Brazilian GP
Sebastian Vettel – 7th:
All in all, a good Friday. We had another practice day without any engine trouble, even though we did a lot of laps – so thanks to Renault for that. Other than that, we were fast throughout the whole of practice today. We'll look into the data now and I'm sure we can improve further – we should have enough time before tomorrow to make another step forward. Weather-wise, I think today was the day they predicted rain and it didn't rain much, so maybe that means rain for Sunday?... We will see.

Mark Webber – 4th:
We couldn't have got much more out of today. The guys did a good job getting the optimum time on track that we could with the tricky conditions. We were dodging showers here and there, but we timed everything as well as we could. It's one of the more encouraging Friday's that we've had for a long time, so it was good. I hope it carries on tomorrow. We've seen that things can change day to day with this championship, so I'm looking forward to qualifying – it should be good for us.



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