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City Center - The transition period was utterly chaotic until we regained control and caused an unusually high level of stress in the facility, ... We were so busy working our flights and trying to manage the situation that there was little time to take care of routine, but essential work. Instead what you had were controllers finding a flight in their airspace and having to find out from the previous controller where that flight was and where it was going. It definitely slowed the system and we couldn't work as many planes as quickly as we usually do. Controllers did a remarkable job to keep the system together.

The transition period was utterly chaotic until we regained control and caused an unusually high level of stress in the facility, ... We were so busy working our flights and trying to manage the situation that there was little time to take care of routine, but essential work. Instead what you had were controllers finding a flight in their airspace and having to find out from the previous controller where that flight was and where it was going. It definitely slowed the system and we couldn't work as many planes as quickly as we usually do. Controllers did a remarkable job to keep the system together.

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Jean Todt  - This was a chaotic and confusing race. We hoped to exploit the unusual weather conditions but this year, it seems that even the luck that can be a fundamental part of motor racing will not come our way. Maybe we have had too much of it in the past few years, but I hope we can now get back in credit on this score as quickly as possible. At the start of the race, Michael was a front runner, while Rubens who had started from further back, was struggling a bit. When the Safety Car came, out we tried to gamble on dry tyres on Michael's car, but very quickly, he realised the car was impossible to drive in these conditions. So another stop was needed to go back to rain tyres, but Michael's race lasted just one more lap, when he was hit by Sato in the braking area for La Source. This meant all our hopes rested with Rubens, who had moved into the points by this stage. His race was going normally, but when his rain tyres began to go off significantly, he had to pit again to fit dry ones with just a few laps remaining. The time he lost doing this and in getting the dry tyres up to temperature cost him fourth place.

This was a chaotic and confusing race. We hoped to exploit the unusual weather conditions but this year, it seems that even the luck that can be a fundamental part of motor racing will not come our way. Maybe we have had too much of it in the past few years, but I hope we can now get back in credit on this score as quickly as possible. At the start of the race, Michael was a front runner, while Rubens who had started from further back, was struggling a bit. When the Safety Car came, out we tried to gamble on dry tyres on Michael's car, but very quickly, he realised the car was impossible to drive in these conditions. So another stop was needed to go back to rain tyres, but Michael's race lasted just one more lap, when he was hit by Sato in the braking area for La Source. This meant all our hopes rested with Rubens, who had moved into the points by this stage. His race was going normally, but when his rain tyres began to go off significantly, he had to pit again to fit dry ones with just a few laps remaining. The time he lost doing this and in getting the dry tyres up to temperature cost him fourth place.

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