Albon satisfied overall with Red Bull race pace

04-12-2020 21:07 | Updated: 04-12-2020 23:25
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Albon satisfied overall with Red Bull race pace

Red Bull Racing's race pace looked good in the second free practice session. If the times are representative for Sunday, things might get exciting between Mercedes and Red Bull.

Alexander Albon set the fifth-fastest time in the second free practice session on Friday, only three tenths away from fastest man George Russell. However, he remained realistic about his chances on Saturday and Sunday.

Good day for Red Bull Racing

"It looked like we had more grip in the first session than we did in the second, so we need to look at that. But the race pace looked good overall. That's positive, but it's still early days," said Albon, talking to Sky Sports.

He continued: "It won't be easy to find a gap in qualifying tomorrow as you have to drive very slowly to cool the tires. As drivers we respect each other enough to make room for each other, but at the same time we all want to get the timing right on the tires. That's definitely going to be a talking point in the drivers' briefing tonight."

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