In the overview: Sergio Perez suspects Racing Point of having missed a better result by not puncturing it during the second period of the Safety Car.
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“Before next week we have to focus on the main downside of the weekend: the reliability of the car which not only interrupted Daniel’s race but also affected Esteban’s preparation for qualifying earlier this weekend end, compromising its starting position. ”
An unexpected podium (Ferrari)
Mattia Binotto: “We try as much as possible to bring updates to the car as soon as possible, although we know that no package can be a magic wand that radically changes the hierarchy between the teams. That said, we saw in this first race where a few tenths more or less can make a big difference in terms of position on the grid, so nothing should be overlooked. ”
Race summary (Haas)
Guenther Steiner: “The good thing is that the drivers seemed to be as happy as they could be with the car. They think the car is racable, so we just feel like we missed an opportunity. ”
Giovinazzi opens our 2020 tally in the Austrian GP with high attrition (Alfa Romeo)
Frédéric Vasseur: “Scoring points in the opening race of the season is always a good thing, but there are more positives than the result in the checkered flag. Our race pace was a step forward from yesterday’s qualifying and we were able to extract more of the potential of the C39. ”
Austrian GP (Williams)
Nicholas Latifi: “Today was about learning for me. We had problems at the start of the race with cooling problems, so I couldn’t push as hard as I wanted. It was about managing a lot of things, but it’s part of In Formula 1, it can happen. ”
VeeKay wakes up from Texas nightmare with dream finish in Indianapolis (IndyCar)
” It’s incredible. Even this morning, I knew I had a good car. But we really defined the strategy and I felt very good behind the wheel of the car too. I felt super confident and super controlled in the car. ”
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