Williams’s Bruno Senna was made only mistake in the Singapore GP Friday practice session. He was made a contact with the wall following the exiting Turn 19; consequently his cars left-rear suspension lost and he stop the car in the Turn 20.
“It wasn’t an ideal day but I was still able to learn a lot about the car and we have a good idea on the direction we will take tomorrow,” Senna said after the practice.
“I made a mistake in FP2 and touched the wall, which damaged the car. I was trying to push hard and on a track like this unfortunately that means you can end up in the wall. There isn’t too much damage, so we need to work hard to be 100 percent ready for tomorrow.
“We are aiming for the top ten but the grid is looking very tight, so we are going to have to push very hard. It’s going to be important to qualifying as far forward as possible at this circuit, but the competition is strong.”
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