Aston Martin drivers: expect more from upgrades

Aston Martin drivers: expect more from upgrades

Neither Aston Martin driver got past Q1 when qualifying for the US Grand Prix in Austin. Lance Stroll got no higher than 19th and Fernando Alonso could start from 17th. “It was the maximum and we couldn’t get much out of it,” Alonso said F1.com.

In the first, but only free practice on Friday, both drivers had problems with their brakes. As a result, both of them could drive very little, so they qualified as nearly blind. ‘There was a lot of uncertainty due to the new updates. I could only do 5 or 6 rounds in training, which was really nothing. “Let’s see what we can learn from the updates in the other sessions,” said Alonso. Despite the little information, Ula quickly got comfortable in the car. It certainly didn’t look like a bad session from his side, but he pointed out that the pace was simply not there.


Sprint on Saturday and race on Sunday

Yesterday’s qualifying round determined the line-up for Sunday’s main race. Qualifying and sprints will be held on Saturday. Let’s see what we can do during the sprint tomorrow to settle for Sunday’s race. We had to do the whole day again,” the Spaniard said afterwards. Stroll notes that there are a lot of possibilities for Sunday and that it is still undecided.

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