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RED BULL RACING F1 HUNGARIAN GP – FRIDAY PRACTICE

Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1 Team didn’t have a lot to report on from Friday’s two free practice sessions from the Hungaroring, in fact they only sent through Max Verstappen and Alex Albon’s comments, no other breakdown.

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MAX VERSTAPPEN

First Practice Session: 1:17.435, Position: 8, Laps: 28

Second Practice Session: 1:42.820, Position: 7, Laps: 4

“FP1 was not what we wanted and we have a lot to look into. It’s a shame that it was raining this afternoon for FP2 because we already had a few things to change and we could have had a good comparison to work from. Luckily, we have overnight to look at the data and for sure we will make some changes and try to improve the overall balance for tomorrow. There are strong areas to our car but we still have work to do to match Mercedes. The weather looks like it could be a bit like today for the rest of the weekend and we don’t know how much rain will come yet, but that is the same for everyone. It’s still early days and we haven’t done much running, so there is no point in making any guesses about how the rest of the weekend will look yet.”

ALEX ALBON

First Practice Session: 1:17:727, Position: 13, Laps: 28

Second Practice Session: No lap time set

“The weather has been hurting us as we’re trying to understand the car at a new circuit after two weeks at the Red Bull Ring. FP1 wasn’t ideal and then with the downpour we couldn’t exactly try anything for FP2. We’ll have a look through the data from this morning and see what we can do for tomorrow. I think the car is lacking a bit of predictability, not so much in one corner or sector but just little bits everywhere. There have definitely been places where we’ve made improvements, like at R02 compared to R01, but it just hasn’t followed through to here like we would have expected. The weather looks mixed for the weekend but I’d prefer it to be dry so we’re able to learn and make progress.”

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