Sebastian Vettel is remaining cautious about his Italian Grand Prix chances despite leading the field by half a second on Friday at Monza. The world champion was untouchable this afternoon but still sees qualifying being a close battle tomorrow.
“It will be very tight this weekend, as we saw in the first practice. It will be close tomorrow in qualifying with quite a few cars separated by only a few hundredths of a second. There are a few things we still need to do to optimise the car, as there are two or three corners where we are sliding more than we would like. It’s positive today, but it’s only a Friday.”
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