Jul 26, 2013, 1:35 PM EDT
Sebastian Vettel may have comfortably finished quickest in both Friday practice sessions ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend but the three-time world champion still believes that there is room for improvement.
Vettel headed up a Red Bull 1-2 in both sessions as Mark Webber proved to be his closest challenger, but he is sure that he can squeeze more time out of the RB9 at the Hungaroring.
“The car feels okay,” Vettel said in a statement, “but there’s always a lot of work to do and there’s some room for improvement. My long run wasn’t completely clean, as we had to abort it at the start due to the brakes being a bit hot, but you work to find the limit.”
This weekend’s race marks the introduction of the 2012 tire construction using the 2013 compounds in order to maintain the safety of the drivers. With the build of the tire being slightly different, it has caused teams to change their setup slightly but Vettel has not noticed a great difference.
“I don’t think the tires feel massively different, but they are a step in the right direction.”
Vettel is chasing his first win in Hungary this weekend with the race being just one of two grands prix on the current calendar that he is yet to win.
- Bell: “A wild Indy 500 without the finish we desired” 0
- Rosberg joins Hill, Prost and Senna as Monaco three-peat winners after gifted victory 0
- Ryan: Juan Pablo Montoya comes full circle at Indianapolis 1
- F1 Paddock Pass: Monaco Grand Prix post-race (VIDEO) 2
- Montoya rallies for second Indianapolis 500 victory (VIDEO) 8
- Hamilton: Impossible to express how I feel after Monaco defeat 4
- Rosberg lucks in to third straight Monaco GP win after Mercedes’ mistake costs Hamilton victory 52