We were running a lower downforce set-up package to Lewis this afternoon. It was quite an interesting comparison, but, in the hot weather, lower downforce makes things trickier because the car slides more, which hurts the tyres.
Still, it was a useful test, because we needed to see how well the smaller rear wing works. Obviously, it operates in a different way from the higher-downforce set-up package, so we wanted to be able to understand that.
Using the smaller rear wing, our long-run pace was surprisingly good. However, our single-lap pace wasn't as strong - probably because we weren't able to use DRS as fully as we could with the bigger wing.