Monday, July 30, 2007

Renault before Hungary

Giancarlo Fisichella heads to Hungary on the back of a dismal weekend at the Nurburgring in which he struggled in qualifying and left without any points in the race. However after last week's testing the Italian is feeling more confident about an upswing in form.

"We were all quite down on Sunday evening, but since then a lot of work has been done to understand where we went wrong, and to avoid repeating our mistakes," Fisichella said. "It is in the past now, we have learned what we could from the weekend, and we are now fully-focused on the race ahead. We need to carry on moving forward.""Hungary is quite a selective circuit, and the very high temperatures often make things a bit more complicated, especially for the drivers and also the powertrain," he warned. "To be quick here, you need an effective high downforce set-up, good grip and good traction out of the slow corners. We will be working on those areas as soon as we start running on Friday morning."

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