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GP Week : Issue 213
Another team that struggled on the Medium Pirellis, Ferrari is already looking ahead – to next week, and next year ... Pat Fry: “Today, both drivers got away well at the start, even though they were on the dirty side of the track, making the most of one of our car’s strong points. When the safety Car came out, we decided not to pit, aware that from then on we would have had to deal with the traffic of the group that was stopping. “With Fernando we managed to maintain position, even if, unfortunately, we lacked the pace to keep up with those ahead of him. “The collision with Perez might have damaged the left rear on Kimi’s car and unfortunately he then had traffic on his second stint and excessive degradation that meant he had to make an extra stop. When we get the car back, we will try and see if there’s something wrong with it, although an initial look at the telemetry data revealed nothing. “For both Kimi and Fernando, the Mediums did not perform as expected and so it was after the first stop that we began to lose ground to the leaders. After another difficult race, we will now focus on Brazil where, in a few days’ time we tackle the penultimate race of the championship.” PIC Alonso held out a charging Sebastian Vettel by half a second at the flag ... Looking ahead, to next week and 2015 ... 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> USA PARTNERS: