Disappointing qualifying Saturday for both Ferraris, out of Q2 and ready to start from the sixth row. Eleventh place on the starting grid for Carlos Sainz followed by team mate Charles Leclerc, for the Spaniard it is not a day to be completely forgotten: “Only six thousandths did not allow us to go to Q3, we want to take points tomorrow and we expect lower temperatures. The race pace is there, now we want to see how we can ride tomorrow and how to finish in front of those who start on the soft “.
“There are a couple of cars with the mids, but we want to beat the ones with the soft ones,” said Sainz, whose goal would be to finish at the maximum behind Norris.
Also Leclerc he cannot be satisfied, despite the qualification with the yellow tire which is seen as the best for the start of the Austrian GP: “We expected not to enter Q3. Going out behind Williams, who had medium tires, was less expected. Choice shared with the team? Yes, going medium was the strategy from the start. “