“Considering the conditions we had to deal with today I don’t think second place is a bad result. With less temperature this morning I felt more comfortable and that’s a good sign for tomorrow because the race is more or less at the same time. It is a shame that I wasn’t able to get maximum potential out of the new tyre at the end because I ran into some traffic and lost some vital tenths.
Anyway, the important thing is that we’re on the front row because we need to get a good start and run at the front. The lap times are tight and it will be difficult for anybody to escape so the key will be to stick in the lead group and see what transpires as the laps go by. If I can push on and break things up I will. Still, we don’t know what will happen until the race starts. If there is a chance we can win I’ll fight tooth and nail and won’t give anything up easily.”
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