"I think it was a very positive day. Even though I didn't feel great on the bike because the grip level was low, our lap times were pretty competitive. I tried to ride with a race set-up to find out which direction to take in preparation for the first few laps. We tried the tyres as well and know more or less what our feelings are for tomorrow, so tomorrow instead we can focus on riding style and improving some more, especially in sector 2. At one point I had a fresh tyre and I was ready to push really hard, but then in the third corner I was held up by some other riders. It's important to pay attention to what's happening on track at such a narrow circuit. Sometimes one bad lap in FP3 can make you go to Q1."