F1: Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Vettel and Raikonnen Comment’s From Sochi

F1: Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Vettel and Raikonnen Comment’s From Sochi

F1: Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Vettel and Raikonnen Comment’s From Sochi

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After finishing P1 in 1st practice, Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Sebastian Vettel found things tougher in FP2 at Sochi

The Big Q: Will there be a 16th drivers’ title for Scuderia Ferrari in 2018?

28 September 2018

 

POS
DRIVER
CAR
TIME
GAP
LAPS
1
LEWIS
HAMILTON
MERCEDESAMG
1:33.385
35
2
VALTTERI
BOTTAS
MERCEDESAMG
1:33.584
+0.199S
33
3
MAX
VERSTAPPEN
RED BULL RACING TAG HEUER
1:33.827
+0.442S
32
4
DANIEL
RICCIARDO
RED BULL RACING TAG HEUER
1:33.844
+0.459S
37
5
SEBASTIAN
VETTEL
FERRARI
1:33.928
+0.543S
33
6
KIMI
RÄIKKÖNEN
FERRARI
1:34.388
+1.003S
31
7
SERGIO
PEREZ
FORCE INDIA MERCEDES
1:35.122
+1.737S
30
8
PIERRE
GASLY
SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO HONDA
1:35.137
+1.752S
28
9
ESTEBAN
OCON
FORCE INDIA MERCEDES
1:35.147
+1.762S
33
10
MARCUS
ERICSSON
SAUBER FERRARI
1:35.295
+1.910S
35
11
KEVIN
MAGNUSSEN
HAAS FERRARI
1:35.331
+1.946S
33
12
CARLOS
SAINZ
RENAULT
1:35.341
+1.956S
37

Seb and Kimi comment on Friday’s session

SEB: “Some Fridays are good, some aren’t and this one hasn’t been great for us. We are not where we want to be yet and we’ve got some catching-up to do. Today it was difficult to put the laps together, we went through the tires too fast, especially the front left, and struggled a bit with both the fast laps and with fuel on board. There was also a lot of traffic and obviously this never helps. Now we have some work to do, as we need to find the reasons for that and come back stronger. However, I am positive as ever, as I think that tomorrow and on Sunday it will be better and we’ll find out the right things to apply. We want to put both cars on the front row tomorrow; we don’t know yet what will happen, but we’ll try to do our best as Pole is the best place to start from”.

KIMI: “Usually, on Friday, it is always tricky with the tires; then the situation improves, the circuit cleans up and there’s more grip to be found. Today, the conditions we found were pretty much those we had expected. Normally, we don’t look too much into the lap times on Friday ; we try many things and learn from it. For sure there’s some work to be done and there are things to improve, but this is normal. We’ll see what tomorrow brings in qualifying, when everybody is pushing to the maximum.

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