Aero Updates For Spyker

Head of the Spyker team Colin Kolles says he's disappointed after his team's poor showing in Sepang:
"I am disappointed we didn't get the chance to show the progress we had made with the car this weekend. We knew over the longer runs we were confident of showing an improvement in pace. We'll carry the developments onto Bahrain, where we'll hopefully be able to demonstrate how far we've come," he summed-up.
The team had instituted a new aero package for the race and was hoping it would help the team place higher. Technical chief Mike Gascoyne was also put off by the early retirement of the Spyker drivers:
"A miserable end to a tough weekend," Gascoyne summed-up. "Adrian had a problem at the rear of the car, which caused him to have contact with a Honda through the fourth corner, while Christijan's car got stuck in first gear. Wee yet to ascertain the reason for the failure, but as he ran at very high revs for a long time to get back to the pits, the exhaust got hot and the bodywork caught alight. We've now got to move on."Sutil and Albers were equally disappointed with their predicaments, the former noting that the result was really sad', while the latter said it was a 'shame' as he had 'confidence in the car'.
Thanks to crash.net via Yahoo.