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Sebastian Vettel was left wanting more during the qualifying session of the Spanish Grand Prix, as he and team mate Kimi Raikkonen dropped behind both Red Bull.
"It wasn't as good as it was all weekend [up to qualifying], so we need to understand," Vettel explained to reporters after the session.
"He [Räikkönen] maybe had a bit better feeling in qualifying, as I was struggling throughout. Q1 already wasn't great, whereas this morning was very good, so…
Vettel was showing good pace in the third free practice session held earlier Saturday morning.
"We were confident that we were trying the right things, but Barcelona is very sensitive to changes, and changes to ambient and track [temperatures].
"I think we didn't get the car to work the way it should and that's why we underperformed – we were just too slow," the four-time World Champion summed up.
However Kimi didn’t totally agree with Sebastien in regards to the number 7 car.
"No I was a lot faster than this morning, personally," he said. "Yes we changed the car because it wasn't very fast in the morning, but for sure we went forward. Conditions and everything for some reason we struggled a bit, but the others did a better job and this is it."
Räikkönen explaind that the final sector was the main issue for Ferrari.
"It was not an easy day: we did our best, but the result is a bit disappointing," he said.
"We seemed to struggle quite a lot in the last sector and I'm not surprised we were losing a lot of time there.
"Before qualifying we made some changes to my set-up and the car felt better, but it was not easy to get the laps that we wanted and make the handling exactly as we desired."
Ferrari will start the Spanish Grand Prix 5th and 6th behind both Red Bulls and Mercedes.
Source: GpUpdate, ESPNF1
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