The Sauber F1 Team spent Friday at Sepang running through system checks ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix finishing thirteenth and fifteenth in both sessions.
Adrian Sutil lead the way for the team as he completed a total of 49 laps over the two sessions, coming home in thirteenth place for both. 'In comparison to Melbourne, we made a few steps forward.' said the German driver. 'The things we had on our plan partly worked out. However, the car is difficult to control and it is not easy to drive.'
Despite admitting the team have a lot of work ahead of themselves Sutil was happy with the progress. 'We made steps in the right direction and it is working better than in Melbourne.'
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