Indian GP - Fry: "We missed our target but the updates work"

10.27.2012
Pat Fry: “We were hoping to at least get our cars onto the second row, but we did not hit our target, even if we did get close. The result reflects our current potential, but in order to be where we wanted and where we were capable of being meant we needed to be perfect today and we weren’t. Sure, we want to have the quickest car of all and we are not there yet. We brought some updates for the car here: nothing revolutionary but it did produce a step forward, otherwise we would have been even further back, given that all the top teams are pushing to the maximum on development. Tomorrow’s race looks like being very interesting, partly because tyre degradation seems lower than usual. We must try and do everything perfectly to stay in the fight for the title right to the end. All of us, here at the track and back at the factory, are pushing as hard as we can to try and give our drivers the best car possible.”

Fry: “The key will be understanding the tyres”

3.3.2013

Barcelona, 3 March – The 12 days of testing at Jerez and Barcelona on offer to Scuderia Ferrari and the other ten teams have gone quickly.

Pat Fry – Technical Director: “I am not going to be happy until we’re clearly quickest”

2.1.2013

Maranello, 1 February - As Technical Director, Pat Fry is not only ultimately responsible for the F138 but also for the workforce that has p ...

Scuderia Ferrari Racing News n.21

12.23.2012

After an exciting season and the next already in sight, the men from Ferrari came together in Maranello at several meetings, also celebratin ...

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