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GP Week : Issue 211
A move up to third and fourth was a strong race-day result for Red Bull, but there was little joy afterwards: " Right now we're all thinking about Bianchi and that's the biggest concern for us,” said Daniel Ricciardo. “We heard he had a pretty big crash and it's not nice when we don't know if the driver is okay. “The race was tricky, it wasn't going too badly and the set-up we had for yesterday paid off. We tried a few different things with the strategy, but Bianchi is my main concern at the moment." Sebastian Vettel had gambled on a late-race tyre stop when the Safety Car appeared, but the subsequent red flag, with the race result taken back to the lap before, meant that he held on to the last podium spot: “ Yeah, obviously we didn’t know what happened. The Safety Car came out and I think we were aware that Adrian went of f in Turn 7 and obviously it was difficult to see what happened after that. “From a racing point of view, the Safety Car comes out and we saw that there was quite a good gap and so we decided to pit and lost only one position. Obviously, as it turned out with the red flag, we thought initially we were not on the podium, but as the rules are similar to ... I think a little bit of confusion. “I don’t think it really matters. I think the most important thing, as we’re all probably thinking, is that we hope the best for Jules, obviously currently not in the best shape but we hope that we get some ver y good news ver y soon.” Best of the rest 30 GPWEEK.com // 30 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> JAPAN PARTNERS: