Nico Rosberg is confident he has enough time to improve his pace around the Hungaroring after being comprehensively out-paced by team-mate Lewis Hamilton in free practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The German ended the day behind Hamilton and the two Red Bulls in fourth position, seven tenths off the top spot, after struggling to find balance in the Mercedes over a single fast lap.
Suffering with both understeer and oversteer, Rosberg remains optimistic that he can use the final free practice session to recover time ahead of qualifying, but is otherwise pleased with his pace over a longer distance.
“[It was] Not ideal today, I just didn't find the balance in the car. There was a lot of understeer and it went from oversteer to understeer. It was a bit difficult to explain. I was always chasing my tail, so I wasn't very happy about that and we need to work on that for tomorrow.
“Tomorrow morning is free practice and I have enough time to get into it and sort it out, but race pace was very good today.”