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Grosjean: Haas F1 competitive in long-run pace

Grosjean: Haas F1 competitive in long-run pace

Grosjean: Haas F1 competitive in long-run pace

Romain Grosjean, 15th, 1:14.803

“The car balance is not miles off, but we just don’t have any grip from the tyres. We’re not getting them to work properly. For some reason, we had it at the beginning of the year, but we haven’t managed to bring them back in the window since. That means you can’t really drive the car as you would like. Yesterday, our long-run pace was quite good, so hopefully the race tomorrow is better.”

Esteban Gutierrez, 14th, 1:14.571

“It was a tricky session for us due to the changing track conditions. We had a bit of rain during the session and we had to adapt to it. I found it interesting trying to extract the maximum of the car. It hasn’t been easy this weekend to keep the focus as I haven’t been feeling very well, but I’m happy with what we achieved today. I’m going to get some rest and recover so I can have a good race tomorrow.”

Guenther Steiner, Team Principal

“I think after the free practice sessions we knew that this is around where we would be positioned. We are very close to the teams in front of us, which is very encouraging. We’re making progress and feeling very stable. We’ve achieved what we wanted to achieve this weekend and we’re in a good position for tomorrow to get some points for both of the drivers. The weather is a little temperamental, but it will be the same for everyone. We’re going to take every opportunity we can and we’ll see what happens.”

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