And that's where it was very difficult, even for me. But we set up the car that when I do some adjustments, I was able to go high, and then I can move back when I have a low line. It was an interesting scenario.
But the car was great. When you have a car like that, running high and low, man, it's a dream. So, I love it. I just love it.
Seemed like Marco got it right when the sun was out and you nailed it when the sun went down. Were you surprised more people didn't nail the setup? When you both were hooked up, you were considerably quicker than the rest of the field.
Yeah, at the beginning, it was different, because remember, when we practice, we never practice at night. We always practice in the day, so it becomes very difficult to predict. But the car, I think because the temperature of the car cools down, you don't have any more downforce with that, the car was just much, much better.
And what happens is if you don't have that kind of dial down, it's becoming a little push or it's becoming loose. It's a very difficult place, there's no question, it's a very difficult place. That's why it's exciting. Maybe it's terrible in the beginning but it's great in the end.
After qualifying when your teammates - you made a comment about the setup and how - did you go get that set up?
Yes. I was a little bit disappointed because I let my engineer decide it, and when I went back, I saw a two and a half mile, one‑and‑a‑half‑mile an hour difference, and I'm like, dude, what did you do. And I found something and I'm like - we found something, and I'm like, come on, man, can't miss this opportunity. But in the end, we use a lot of the information and we applied it.
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