Everything going to plan for confident Hamilton and Bottas

02 September, 2017, 00:28 | Author: Sam Montgomery
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Twenty years after winning the Italian Grand Prix as a Ferrari driver, Gerhard Berger was back on the top step of Monza's podium-this time as proud co-owner of the Scuderia Toro Rosso team.STR's.

"Valtteri did a great lap today so if we can lock out the front row that would be wonderful". "We can improve the vehicle", he said after today's two practice sessions. "It's been a while and I want to do it again". We can improve the auto if we sort a couple things out.

"Because you are low down-force, you need to have the confidence to just throw the vehicle there".

"For sure, we'll be quicker but by how much?"

"I know we have to improve to go with them".

"People talk about our vehicle being the best, that we have the fastest auto, but I think it's very hard for anyone to truly say that because there are pros and cons between two cars and areas where we are faster and they are faster". "It was a clean day". "It wasn't the ideal long run we were looking for but I guess it was the same for everyone".

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For both teams there is also a balance to be struck between developing the current auto and switching resources to next year's, to ensure that they do not start the 2018 season on the back foot.

"We just have some work to do to eke out a little bit more performance. It's kind of interesting sometimes to hear who calls, and who's tried either to take my seat or take the seat next door to me".

Nearly a given at the height of the Italian team's dominance during the Schumacher years, the last time they had a Ferrari win to celebrate was in 2010 when Fernando Alonso clinched victory.

"I love it here ... when you turn up and see the fans at the gate, there's a lot of Ferrari fans there, but at least 50 percent of them say "Forza Ferrari, come to Ferrari". Fernando Alonso, also frustrated with the lack of power and unreliability of the Honda engine in his McLaren, is unlikely to be in a brighter mood, with the Spaniard also set to drop down the order with engine-related penalties. "But there is always that balance between the show and allowing them to race and pushing each other, and artificially controlling it, which we don't like to do".

"We're going to wait and see", she said when asked about the driver lineup. "I'm sure when we do the normal work and improve the things it will become an easier auto to drive and we will be able to improve quite a bit". Vettel and Raikkonen were 0.037s apart in third and fourth, respectively, with Daniel Ricciardo in fifth a mere 0.007s quicker than teammate Max Verstappen. "We can improve the auto and if we sort a couple of things out, we should be in good shape".

Grid penalties are likely for both Red Bull drivers, Sainz and Alonso after engine replacements.



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