After Singapore Grand Prix FP1&2, George Russell says it’s going to be one of those weekends where “if we can actually nail it, there’ll be a huge amount of lap time we can find in qualifying”.
After getting P3 in Singapore Grand Prix FP2, George Russell gave his thoughts on the practice sessions.
“There’s definitely a lot of work to do,” the Briton said.
“[It’s] very, very bumpy out there and I think everybody’s struggling to a degree. We’ve always known that’s been a bit of a weak point with our car.
“Tyres are quite sensitive. I think it’s gonna be one of those [weekends where] if we can actually nail it, there’ll be a huge amount of lap time we can find in qualifying.”
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Russell added he was satisfied with the newely resurfaced Singapore track.
“I was pretty impressed with the grip levels. They’ve resurfaced the track in a number of areas and the new surface is really grippy. It’s a shame that all of it wasn’t done.
“But for sure it’s gonna continue to evolve and [in] qualifying I’m sure from Q1 to Q3 it’ll be a big improvement,” Russell concluded.