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Hispania Racing improves

Both drivers: Liuzzi and Karthikeyan will start tomorrow in the race, and for second consecutive time.
Saturday, April 16, 2011

April 16 (F1plus Team).- Both Hispania Racing cars accomplished their targets for the day and will be on the starting grid again tomorrow at the Shanghai International Circuit.

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The two drivers were able to qualify comfortably inside the 107% time, a rule which doesn’t look like bothering the team anymore as it progresses with every race. Today weather conditions were much different to Friday with a maximum track temperature of 24ºC.

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Hispania Racing seems to be steadily improving. The most important part of making it to the race, is the chance to gain millage in real racing conditions. Sometimes, in situations like this, being in race brings a learning experience for everyone in the team; even the pit crew that will have the opportunity to change tires frequently and fix any mechanical problem (that could be fixed).

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All in all, the team looks more focused and as its management states, the objective is to match Virgin's pace. Well...they seem to be pushing in the right direction.

Colin Kolles, Hispania Racing Team Principal: “All in all today was a positive day. We did a lot of miles in the morning and in qualifying we could have done better but we weren’t able to put our fastest sectors together which would have meant that Tonio would have been three tenths quicker putting him in the 39’s, closer to the likes of Virgin and Lotus”.

“We had no technical issues, so today we have taken another step forward. Tomorrow we will follow the normal plan, the updates will be ready for Turkey where we hope to be ahead of our closest rivals”.

Narain Karthikeyan: “The day started off well with the third practice session where the car went really well. I think that I could have gone quicker and done a better time. We have a better package and qualifying shouldn’t be an issue anymore, our target is now to get closer to Virgin. I definitely need to get some laps under my belt, my aim is to finish the race”.

Vitantonio Liuzzi: “Today was alright, we could’ve achieved more from the second set of tyres but we got a strange reaction from them with a bit of under steer. We closed the gap with Virgin which is the aim, considering that we didn’t use all the new development it was a positive qualifying session. Now we have to push hard for Turkey. I’m sure we can give Virgin a better race than in Malaysia”.

“We have shown that in both soft tyre and hard tyre conditions we are competitive so the 107% rule should no longer be an issue. We have to now focus on developing the car and try to finish ahead of our main rivals”.

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