Piastri himself has admitted that he has been trying to do exactly that during the first few sessions of the weekend, as he looks to challenge for the front two rows of the grid alongside his team-mate Lando Norris.
"Yes, that is an option how to use the kerbs here," the Australian told Sky Germany.
"But, of course, everyone is trying to get something out of the car, but you also want the car to remain as stable as possible and therefore stay away from the kerbs.
"I've tried a lot. We have three training sessions, so you can try a little more."
Piastri: I'm as competitive as possible
Both Qatar and the United States GP were sprint weekends, meaning that drivers only had one practice session to be able to get to grips with the track, before they were launched straight into qualifying.
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