• Hungarian Grand Prix - FP2

'We've got work to do' - Webber

ESPN Staff
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Mark Webber was 13th and 14th fastest in FP1 and FP2 respectively © Sutton Images

Mark Webber was unhappy following Friday practice but insisted Red Bull was unaffected by the engine map change.

With the FIA clamping down on engine maps following the German Grand Prix, Red Bull was forced to change its map which had come under scrutiny at Hockenheim. At the end of the session Webber climbed out of his car and was seen shaking his head in conversation with his engineer Ciaron Pilbeam, before leaving the circuit quickly after doing very little media.

Webber was adamant that the new clarification had not affected his car but said that he was unhappy with the balance of his car following FP2.

"We got some running in the wet and the dry, but we've got work to do," Webber said. "I'm not super happy with that today, but it's good that it's only Friday.

"We seem to be going okay in some places, but losing time in others - so we'll go through it tonight. I need to work on the balance. There's no change from the engine mapping amend."