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GP Week : Issue 212
In discussing Ferrari's middle- of-the-road day, chief engineer Pat Fry put his finger on the prime reasons for what was, really, not the best race ever: "Contrary to expectation, the safety Car didn't make an appearance today and the race was relatively straightforward to interpret, with a single stop for both our drivers " I think fuel saving affected almost the entire field and that influenced the spectacle. "Fernando and Kimi both got away well at the start, but while the former made up two places, the latter had to lift off the throttle, because he was squeezed towards the wall by a Toro Rosso. From then on, Kimi was stuck in a train of cars for the first half of the race, but after the pit stop he settled into a good pace, matching Fernando's . "unfortunately, in his case, we regret that he lost a place to Magnussen, as the front jack collapsed at his pit stop. "Today we had a very similar race pace to Red Bull, while McLaren had a bit extra and it was difficult to attack them, even at the start with the DRs. "While congratulating Mercedes for winning the Constructors' Championship, we are still determined to keep fighting for as long as possible with Williams for third place." Red October blues 31 GPWEEK.com // 31 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> RUSSIA PARTNERS: