Engine issue hampers Daniel Ricciardo in Japanese GP qualifying

Engine issue hampers Daniel Ricciardo in Japanese GP qualifying

Engine issue hampers Daniel Ricciardo in Japanese GP qualifying

Red Bull's Helmut Marko claims the pressure applied by both Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen in Malaysia forced Lewis Hamilton's power unit to fail whilst leading the race. "It's not the first time - we saw signs of it last week and it had a bigger effect this week". Not intentional of course, but comparing my auto to Max's, even in qualifying you see the overlays, and I saw it this morning and was asking why I am still losing time on the straights? "We of course want to be in front but sometimes you should be happy with the position you got".

The Australian, who will start fifth thanks to Sebastian Vettel's three-place grid penalty, felt the problem cost him at least a tenth of a second.

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"Normally you don't see a deg in the engines, they sort of hold pretty well for the life they are supposed to do". If I was able to complete that lap I probably wouldn't not have been quicker than him anyway.

Ricciardo is confident the problem won't have such an impact in the race tomorrow, when engines aren't running at maximum power.

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While Verstappen feels Mercedes may be out of reach in terms of challenging for the win, he predicts a tight fight with Ferrari for the podium and says the start of the race and strategy will prove crucial. I see that and actually I get excited because it's another target and another challenge to compete against tomorrow.

"I hope it is more just a qualifying specification so that when you are just trying to push the engine to its limits, it just can't quite hang on to the end. I hate making excuses but that's just how it was today, unfortunately".

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Kimi Raikkonen says he has been pleasantly surprised by Ferrari's form this weekend at Suzuka. "But if it's wet, then I think we will have a really strong vehicle". "I'm not sure about Mercedes, I think they will be faster than us but between us and Ferrari it will be very close".

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