Italy Preview Quotes: Jaguar
Mark Webber: "Another three-week period between races is frustrating when we are this near to the end of the Championship and the positions are so close. However with that said, we have made the most of the time available and we have been testing in Monza in preparation for the race weekend and I have also been working on my fitness. The team has been working hard at the factory in preparation for our last European race and it will no doubt be exciting for us the drivers and the spectators. The circuit at Monza is a great track to race on and we know it fairly well. There are some good long straights and some challenging chicanes which all make for an entertaining afternoon of racing. Although we managed to test there last week we will also be looking to make the most of Friday-testing, as you can never have too much data. During the test last week we spent some time on the Monza set-up and of course we are also looking at the last two remaining races. I am looking forward to getting back on the track and racing and let's hope we can keep on challenging BAR-Honda and Toyota for fifth position in the Constructors Championship."
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