Wolff added: “You need to look at the positives – the car is very quick.
“We can start from pole, but negatively we could have had a front-row lockout. It’s not going to be easy with all the cars running on mediums, progress will be tough.
“Yesterday, in the long run we were behind the Haas and Williams at one point and it was very difficult to even come close. Strategy is going to be the thing that is going to help the most I think, tomorrow.
“We have to look after ourselves, Valteri wants to win and this is the best opportunity, and it’s helping Lewis.
“The Red Bulls haven’t been so competitive this weekend, and over the long runs it was worse than on the single laps.”
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