June 28, 2022

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F1 | Canadian GP – AlphaTauri, Gasly: ​​”We do not have the speed to get into the top 10″

The Alfadouri team, which failed to grab two places in the top 10 at the end of the Canadian GB, was in trouble on Sunday.

Canadian GP – AlphaTauri

A Bitter Sunday Finishing Canadian GP for the AlphaTauri team a DNF Yuki Sunoda and a 14 h Location of Pierre Casley. The team must immediately run to the defense to avoid making other mistakes and for drivers and constructors to lose ground points based on the championship.

Pierre Casley admitted that he was the first to express his feelings at the end of the race There is no perfect speed to turn into the top 10 places.

“Since we were starting from the back, we thought of a slightly different strategy in anticipation of the stop, but it didn’t help us. We fought Lots of grip and We do not have the right speed to fight for the top 10 places“.

“We were Very slowly In racing, it was a time when we were also unfortunate Virtual security car But that would not have changed our decision. We need to take advantage of these days to understand what we need to improve and be ready for it Silverstone“, Finally the French driver announces.


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For Japanese rider Yuki Sunoda, the fate was even worse: the impact on the wall after exiting the pits brought his race to a definite end, which could have been interesting.

“I already have Apologized Full team, at the exit of the pit path I pushed so hard For this reason I made an impact on the wall. Because I made a very stupid mistake The speed was good Until that moment I had made a good comeback.

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“I really do Very disappointing From this bitter end “Finally the Japanese driver announces.

A hard blow to the team’s technical director, Jodi Eckindon, who said without much words that he was very upset by this race in Canada.

“It simply came to our notice then Really disappointed. Yuki started from the bottom due to the penalty for replacing the power unit and in the first part he managed the tires well. He was able to reunite But the mistake he made after the second stop paid him a heavy price. On the other hand, with Pierre, we chose an early break, but VSC was not on our side. ”

We lost In the next race at Silverstone, we use these days to learn from our mistakes and recover stronger than ever. Thus concludes the Director of Technology.

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