We can be satisfied with the work we have done today. Naturally, Fabio wanted to challenge for pole. The goal was a front-row start again for him, and he achieved that. Cal did a good job overall too. He wasn’t fully satisfied with his qualifying performance, but in general he seems to be getting more and more comfortable with the bike. He is improving his rhythm, and his starting position has also improved accordingly, so we look forward to seeing how competitive he can be in tomorrow’s race. We expect it will be a hard fight. We know the level is high here, and this track doesn’t favour our bike, but we won’t for a second let that slow us down. We will be analysing all of today’s data to find some last set-up improvements that we can implement and test in Warm Up. Tyre management will no doubt play a crucial role in the outcome of tomorrow's GP. We look forward to a great battle.