Mark Webber is in high spirits after the first two practice sessions of the Indian Grand Prix weekend. He finished both of them in the runner-up spot, but feels that his car is handling very consistently.
However, he admits that it is hard to judge how the cars will perform on Saturday and Sunday due to the considerable amount of track evolution that occurs over the weekend at the Buddh International Circuit, as it is rarely used.
Talking about his practice session, he said: 'The track was pretty good at the start of today’s sessions, better than last year I would say. However, the conditions in P2 are normally different to what we have in the race, so it’s hard to say how we will go...
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