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PostSubject: Grand Prix d'Espagne 2010   Fri 7 May 2010 - 20:17

Rapport de la journée:

1ère séance:
Klien - 22ème
- 1.27.250 (26 tours)
Senna - 23ème - 1.27.752 (27 tours)

2ème séance:
Chandhok -
22ème -1.25.972 (23 tours)
Senna - 23ème - 1.26.152 (25 tours)


Christian Klien:
"C'était une journée très excitant aujourd'hui, tout d'abord car je n'ai reçu ma superlicence que 10 minutes avant le début de la première séance. Heureusement, tout était parfaitement préparé et quand j'ai eu l'autorisation j'ai sauté dans la voiture. J'ai passé 90 minutes sans problème dans la voiture. C'était la première fois depuis janvier l'an passé que je n'avais pas roulé dans une f1, je me suis senti bien et ce fut une bonne expérience de conduire a nouveau en weekend de course. J'ai été capable d'atteindre la limite de la voiture rapidement et d'enchainer des tours constants ce qui a pu aider les ingénieurs de l'équipe. Tout à bien fonctionné et nous n'avons pas eu de problème technique et c'est aussi pourquoi je suis heureux de cette session, et de l'équipe. J'ai été capable de leur donner d'important retour d'informations afin d'améliorer les réglages grâce mon expérience. Ce n'est jamais facile avec une jeune équipe et une nouvelle voiture. Mon travail n'est pas terminé et je dois encore discuter avec les ingénieurs."

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PostSubject: Re: Grand Prix d'Espagne 2010   Fri 7 May 2010 - 20:20

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07/05/2010 COMEBACK ON THE VERY LIMIT

No sooner than two minutes before the start of the First Practice session in Barcelona this morning, Christian's super license was approved. The Austrian drove 26 laps for HRT F1 Team, Hispania Racing and did a 1:27.250. Team mate Bruno Senna managed to put in a 1:27.752. Christian Klien talks about his first F1 test for the new team.

Q: Christian, what impression did you get of the car in your 26 laps?

Christian Klien: First of all it was great to take part in a Formula One session again. It is no secret that the car has its weaknesses. We are about six seconds behind the leaders. That comes mainly from a lack of downforce. As a driver you can do a bit, but you cannot make up for all of that. We can probably find one second over the rest of the season by developing the car further and setting it up right. But the chassis is definitely not up to the standard of the bigger teams. Having said that I find it even more impressive how hard everyone pushes. The goal is clearly to be the best of the new teams at the end of the season.

Q: How long did it take for your body to get used to the forces of F1 again?

Christian Klien: Not at all. Everything was as usual: the perception, the reflexes, the brake points. Certainly the mileage I get with Peugeots Le Mans program plays into my hands here. We tried out a few things. One if which was a 10 lap stint, where I managed to put in very consistent lap times, lap after lap. This is always a good sign. But physically I have always felt very fit.

Q: Why did your super license take so long?

Christian Klien: It was quite nerve wrecking in the end. But everything was done last minute. Karun Chandhok already had his overalls on. Just in case the permission would take longer. You have to follow a clear procedure in such matters. Only when the contracts are checked and declared ok by a lawyer, Jean Todt as FIA president may sign the application. Ten minutes before the start of the session the email arrived at last. It was quite a relief. Luckily everybody was very quick and flexible.

Q: What next? When will you drive again?

Christian Klien: If you are asking me, I'd love to continue immediately. But it is totally the team's decision. We will sit down now and work through all the data and impression that I have gathered. The rest is up the team management and Colin Kolles.

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