Can Red Bull keep Mercedes and Ferrari in sight? | 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Friday practice analysis

Pirelli motorsport director Mario Isola therefore expects the front-running teams to take advantage of their performance gap over the midfield in qualifying and avoid the super-soft tyre in Q2.
Red Bull were on a par with Mercedes and Ferrari on Friday, but when the latter pair turn their engines up for qualifying the RB14s are likely to be bumped back to the third row.
They seemed little worse than Ferrari on their long runs and Toto Wolff – who usually takes great care to manage expectations – indicated they may have solved some of their recent problems.

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