Mercedes looks stiff and hard to drive, according to Red Bull

Paola Ditto
Marzo 15, 2019

The one I'm really interested in is Red Bull.

Max Verstappen hopes Red Bull Racing have closed the gap to Mercedes and Ferrari in the race for the F1 championship.

During Thursday's FIA press conference, when asked if Mercedes' testing form was hard to read into, Hamilton responded, "it's not hard to read it". It's been alright. The Mercedes looks very quick.

"I think it was quite clear, however it's hard to know what everyone's doing, so naturally we won't fully know until we get out in the auto tomorrow and, come qualifying you get a better picture".

Despite the performance advantage of the German cars, Horner questioned the comfort of the W10's handling.

"Naturally after a test, you always improve the next day as the vehicle gets older and older throughout the test".

"I'm quite happy about today and the feeling so far is pretty good", said the Dutchman.

"Of course, there are always areas to improve and we are not fast enough yet but it's only the first day of the season and there is a long way to go". In general, the vehicle felt alright with medium and soft tyres but we still need to fully understand the compounds.

"We will look at the data tonight and see what we can improve but from the engine side there were no problems and it all ran very smoothly. We have work to do".

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