Red Bull Qualifying quotes

DANIIL KVYAT, Position: 7*, (3rd Practice – 13, 1:13.829) “I’m happy with the job we did today, we managed a good clean lap in Q3. It was probably one of my best qualifying laps this year. I had my best race of the season in Mexico and now one of my best qualifying sessions in Brazil so I'm quite happy about how things are going at the moment. Conditions were tricky, as the track has been changing through the day, so it was quite important to adapt to the conditions, but the car was behaving itself quite well. We managed to get a good balance and I got pretty much the maximum out of it. Qualifying was tight and I think it’s going to be the same in the race, so we will try to stick to the aggressive approach and pass the people in front of us. We look to have a good race pace and in the long runs I was quite happy. My focus is to do a nice, clean and controlled race, try to challenge the cars around us, and bring some good points home.”DANIEL RICCIARDO, Position: 9*, (3rd Practice – 11, 1:13.572)“I think the car is working quite well. It seemed everyone ramped up in qualifying and we probably just missed the last tenth or two to really find that extra bit. Right now I don’t think that there was a whole lot more we could have done differently. We ran a normal programme through the weekend and did what we could. I’ll be starting from P19 and overtaking at this track is tricky but I think we can manage something with the tyre degradation here. I’d love it to rain, but I don’t think it’s going to. If it does then that’ll make it exciting.” CHRISTIAN HORNER: “Both drivers pushed to the maximum today. Unfortunately, we know this track doesn’t play to our strengths for qualifying. Despite that Dany produced a clean lap to qualify in what will be sixth once the penalties for Williams are applied. For Daniel, he has to take a 10-place grid penalty but we’ll be fighting hard from there to try and make progress in the race.”