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Red Bull Friday practice reports 2011 Belgian GP

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Mark Webber: “The weather was a little bit up and down today – we got some dry running in, but only around four laps: two laps on the soft tyre and two on e the medium. Otherwise we were just doing general housekeeping, looking at ride heights, brake balance and all that stuff before we get the car to the limit. We need to get out there and get the mileage in, but on the other side of the coin we need to save tyres for Saturday and Sunday. The kerbs are the hardest thing here when it’s wet, it makes the white lines like ice and it’s very easy to make a mistake.”

Sebastian Vettel: “It was quite tricky because the weather changed all the time and it’s a shame that in wet conditions we only have one free set of intermediates for the rest of the weekend, as you want to save tyres for Saturday and Sunday. We had a little bit of running in the dry and tested some updates; I think we got a decent result on those. It was difficult to judge lap times and the overall pace today, but the car feels okay. Let’s see what we can do tomorrow.”

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