Fernando Alonso has joined one of the best ratings
of the season after sneaking into Q3 and finish in the tenth position. The
Spanish pilot, who had different issues during the sessions
free, and found very comfortable on the car in Interlagos and showed a rhythm
constant allowed to be among the first ten in the three sessions of
form constant. Already in Q3, the spaniard was left to a couple of tenths of a power
to overcome the two pilots of Force India, even though the tenth place in the
grill does not overshadows the good feelings collected today.
“Today I am very happy“ claimed Alonso after Q3. “I enjoyed in the classification because we had five sets of soft tyres and we used one in Q1, two in Q2 and two in Q3. You have five opportunities to ride the car to the maximum, to enjoy and to find the limits has allowed us to be always among the first ten. Deserved to be in the Q3 this time and in it we have missed the tenth to win any position. Nor did we dreamed too high, and tomorrow we’ll see what happens, if it rains or does not rain. Today we have enjoyed, we are happy”.
Asked about the changing conditions that have been referred to
other drivers, Alonso claimed to have had a qualifying session very
regular: “For me this time the car was fairly constant, was well.
We did five laps quite similar, with the car also like. In
other times, we can come to notice some inconsistency with the
tires, even if they are of the same compound. Today we were lucky because
all sets of tires have been igual“.
Already thinking of the race, Fernando Alonso explained: “Morning
if it rains everything will change. Today we tried to make the chrono to by all
knowing that the tires are like morning not are very necessary because they
use the intermediate. As I say, today I’ve enjoyed and ahead of tomorrow intentáremos
score points. It’s going to be complicated because we know that there are cars in front
our rapid and in addition we have the Williams from behind and other opponents
important. Will be a difficult race, but here you can spend it all and more with
this uncertain weather”.
by way of bottom line, the McLaren driver concluded: “Not
it was easy categorization by the conditions of the track, with much more cold
yesterday and the forecast for rain tomorrow. When we saw in FP3 that we
struggled to find the pace and Jenson was left out in Q1, there was something of
concern. at The end we have solved this Saturday on a good note and I am