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GP Week : Issue 191
FROM THE COCKPIT ADRiAN SUTil “I was quite unlucky on the first lap because after Massa spun everybody headed for the inside and somebody hit me on the side of my front wing. The damage was not too bad but I still had to pit for a new one. As the race went on I was able to fight back quite well and after the safety Car I was in P12 and not planning to pit again. At the restart I lost the rear of the car under braking for turn three. I really don’t know why because I was not braking late and the car just snapped. I hit Webber so I apologise for ending his race. It’s a disappointing end to the race because I believe there was still a chance of a point.” mARK WEbbER “The incident with sutil was obviously the end of my race today. It was in Turn 3 on the restart, everyone bottles back up and I was looking for a big exit on the next straight to use some KeRs on Daniel (Ricciardo) and the Williams. Then sutil, I don't know what happened, but obviously he hit me from the inside and that was that. There was quite a lot of damage at the back of the car and I hope it hasn't gone towards the chassis – we will have to see before the next race. Before that I was very happy with how I drove and we’d got back to a very good position before I got the puncture. After the Pirelli tyre failure on Perez’ car, I was very lucky to miss the tread of the tyre that came off and then unbelievably I managed to get a puncture from going through the debris.” PAUl Di RESTA “I have to hold my hands up and apologise to the team. Maybe I took a little bit too much kerb and that’s sent me off the track. The way we’ve set the car up means it has been quite edgy and difficult to drive, and that’s what has caught me out today, although whether it has cost us points is hard to say. The performance in the race was not where we wanted it to be and the front tyres were wearing out too quickly. so we need to have a rethink ahead of suzuka and go there determined to have a clean race.” The GPWeeK driver of the day award goes to... NICO HuLKeNBeRG As the man himself said in his post-race comments, the Korean Grand Prix was one of the best performances of Hulkenberg’s career. Both saubers qualified in the top ten, but while Nico delivered a strong performance – the best man not to finish on the podium – his teammate fell backwards, finishing outside the points. In his late-race battles with Lewis Hamilton the Hulk made the most of his car’s superior traction, keeping the Mercedes behind him with ease, despite the odd artificial pass and re-pass powered by DRs. 41 GPWEEK.com // 41 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: F1 >>> KOREA