- Hungarian Grand Prix - FP2
More to come from Red Bull - Vettel
- Hungarian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel says Red Bull still has room to improve its set-up at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix despite a clean sweep of the practice sessions on Friday.
Vettel and team-mate Mark Webber were fastest in both practice sessions with Lotus and Ferrari posing the greatest threat a couple of tenths adrift. Vettel thinks his Red Bull is well suited to the Hungaroring, but says there are still improvements to be made ahead of qualifying.
"It was a good day for us," he said. "There was quite a lot of work in the background, but it was obviously nice when you feel in control of the car and you can do what you like to play around. I think the car suits the track but I think there is still a little bit of room for improvement. We need to make sure we get everything out of the car tomorrow."
Asked if it could be a weekend of Red Bull domination, he replied: "I hope so, but I think it's too early to tell. Practice one and practice two were very good for both of us, which I think was a bit of a surprise. Obviously you try to do what you can but you don't know where the others are. I think tomorrow will be close so we have to make sure we get everything out of the car tomorrow."
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