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Red Bull duo not entirely happy with the hard Spanish Grand Prix race, and they are inquiring front wing changes. The World Champion Sebastian Vettel’s some places dropped in the second half of the race, after his front wing change and he fight back up to sixth place.

The same problem affects Mark Webber, and the Australian fights to pass Nico Hulkenberg Force India but was unable to seize the final point’s position.

“It was difficult race and a hard day in the office,” Vettel began. “I’m not entirely happy, we could have finished maybe one position higher up, but we had a good recovery in the end…I don’t know what the problem was when we had to change the nose of the car; I wasn’t sure if I had damage or something stuck at the front – maybe a piece of rubber or something.”

“I tried another lap, but it wasn’t the right thing to do, so we decided to come in and change the nose to make sure.”

The problem of the front wing was the accident among Michael Schumacher and Bruno Senna, which left wreckage scattered on-track at Turn 1.

“It was an interesting race and a difficult first lap,” said the Australian. “I don’t know where I got damage to my front wing, but I had to pit for a new nose. I lost a lot of time with that – and on the few laps before when it started playing up.”

“We had to pit and when you’re out of position here it’s tough – you have to look after your tyres and when you catch people your tyres get killed, so it’s chicken and egg.”


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