Monday, 27 May, 2019

Hard for Gasly in 'Team Verstappen' - Villeneuve

Max Verstappen
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Sidney Guerrero | 17 March, 2019, 10:34

It was a bittersweet qualifying session for Red Bull Racing in Melbourne after Max Verstappen split the Ferraris, while Pierre Gasly failed to make it out of Q1.

"That will be hard because Red Bull is "Team Verstappen", but he has his chance and it's up to him to stand out at this level".

"It's hard to say where we will be tomorrow and I didn't get to do a full long run on Friday, but it looks like the tyres are holding on quite well, so as long as we get a clean start, we will find out what we can really do".

"I think we've been quite optimistic and we didn't expect such a track evolution and the pack to be so close like this", the young driver said.

Despite the performance advantage of the German cars, Horner questioned the comfort of the W10's handling.

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"It will be tough, I think there were only four over takes previous year so it will hard starting where we are".

Verstappen offered a positive feedback after his first day of work, but admitted it was all still a work in progress. "I felt pretty good in free practice three and was really happy with the (qualifying) lap". "We clearly aren't where we would like to be but we're going in the right direction".

"It looks like Mercedes are very quick and they seem to be a little happier with the overall balance".

"In general, the auto felt alright with medium and soft tyres but we still need to fully understand the compounds", said Verstappen. "My running was also a little different to the others in terms of preparation and there is definitely some lap time in that".

"My running was also a little different to the others in terms of preparation and there is definitely some lap time in that".

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