Car 9 DAVID COULTHARD, Position 11th
"It was very close today. That was one of my better qualifying sessions, each of mylaps were very tidy. On the last lap I was quicker going into the final corner, but Iseemed to drag more speed going into the apex, which made me very slow downto the start/finish straight. I would love to have got through to Q3, as it would havemeant more driving in the car on low fuel, but I don't think there was much more Icould have got out of the car with the balance I had."
Car 10 MARK WEBBER, Position 13th
"I wasn't quick enough today and when you don't get the times you don't gothrough. I didn't get it together in Q2 and you pay the price. There was more to getfrom the car, but I over drove on the last sector. It was a shame as I had had agood feeling for the car both yesterday and this morning, but qualifying didn't seemto work out for us today. It will be difficult from there tomorrow."
CHRISTIAN HORNER: "While it's disappointing not to make it into Q3, Daviddrove well in both sessions and was unlucky to miss the final cut by just 0.08secs,but 11th obviously leaves him free to pick his strategy for tomorrow. Mark didn'tmanage to string his best three sectors together, which leaves a lot of work for himfrom 13th on the grid tomorrow."
FABRICE LOM, Renault, Principal Engineer, Track Support:
"That wasdisappointing not to get into Q3. DC had a good session and was very, very closeto getting through to Q3, I think he was just 0.08secs off. At least this is a trackwhere you should be able to overtake and gain positions in the dry, so we'll have tomake sure we're ready to make the most of anything that might happen ahead ofus tomorrow."