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GP Week : Issue 210
The up-side of a relatively late stop for a fourth set of tyres was best illustrated by Jean-eric Vergne. His late charge made for great television, to such effect that even a five- second penalty for going off the road was nullified by a storming final two laps. For Daniil Kvyatt, though, it was a tough, tough, evening. Malfunctioning drink bottle is all you need to say – in singapore’s humidity, a tough gig. Chief engineer Phil Charles summed up a contrasting day: "We are very, very pleased! JeV drove an absolutely fantastic race. He had to deal with two five-second penalties, but having taken his first, with the second we knew the time would be added on at the end, so we kept him informed of the gap to those behind him, after he pulled off some brilliant passing moves and he managed to finish more than the five seconds ahead of the seventh placed driver, so he keeps his sixth place. “He did absolutely everything right. The team worked very well today and everything generally went to plan, with the strategy working out well, so we are all very happy for JeV. He has been due a decent result, because he's been doing a good job this year, but has had more than his share of bad luck. “Daniil was particularly unlucky as he had a drinks bottle problem right from the start, so it was a physically very difficult race for him, as he was unable to drink and was getting dehydrated from quite early on. We're sorry for him that we had that kind of problem, as it compromised his race." BeLOW JEV hones in on a down-on- grip Raikkonen Strategy success 33 GPWEEK.com // 33 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> SINGAPORE PARTNERS: