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Tema: F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 2 - EMILIA ROMAGNA - ÍMOLA

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - Alpine


    Alpine F1 Team will line-up with Esteban Ocon in ninth and Fernando Alonso fifteenth on the grid for tomorrow's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after a tightly contested qualifying session in Imola.

    Both drivers started Q1 on the Soft tyres, but their initial laps were aborted following a red flag after the Alpha Tauri of Yuki Tsunoda clipped the wall at Turn 15.


    Following a short delay, the session resumed and both cars made it safely through to Q2 with Esteban fifth and Fernando on the cusp in fifteenth, 0.142secs from the drop zone.


    The start of Q2 saw both drivers start with used Soft tyres. Esteban and Fernando were narrowly short of the top 10 positions after their initial runs. On their second efforts - armed with new Soft tyres - Esteban improved to a 1min 15.117secs to make the final shoot-out in eighth, with Fernando out in fifteenth.


    Esteban, in the sole remaining A521 for Q3, attempted two laps with an improvement on his second run good enough for ninth on tomorrow's grid.

    Esteban Ocon
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    "It's a great result for us today. We maximised the potential of the car and I think ninth was the maximum we could do. To be in Q3 is satisfying and I'm pretty pleased with that. It's hard to overtake here, so it's important to be starting already in the top 10. Our rivals are a little bit ahead and that means we still need to keep improving and finding those developments will be key this season. We'll give it everything and fight tomorrow. The aim is to score points and we know it will be a long race where anything can happen."


    Fernando Alonso
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    "I was not fast enough today and didn't maximise the performance of the car. I'm disappointed in my result and let's hope we can still get something tomorrow. It's difficult to overtake here, but the points are given in the race so let's see how we do. On the other hand, Esteban did well today and showed our updates that we brought here have worked well. In Bahrain, I had a good Saturday and a bad Sunday, so hopefully that is reversed tomorrow."


    Marcin Budkowski, Executive Director:
    "We have mixed feelings as a team after today's qualifying. We knew it would be tight after FP3 between a handful of cars and there was always going to be a fight to have both our cars in Q3. It was a really good session for Esteban, and he was solid throughout each round of qualifying. Ninth is probably where the car is at the moment. Fernando didn't quite get it together as he'd have liked, and we'll analyse that to see how we can improve. We're looking forward to tomorrow's race. There is a chance of rain, so we'll be ready to grasp any opportunity."


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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - McLaren

    Daniel Ricciardo: "I think on paper it's not a bad result, P6. It's really tight at the front. I think the weekend has been a bit slow for me to get going. We got a bit closer in quali and I certainly made some improvements, but I still think – and I hate to say it – it's just going to take time to keep finding the limits. I'm getting there. I obviously wish I could be there from lap one, but I think it's been a weekend of progress so far and there are definitely positives to take after qualifying. We've worked well as a team to recover from a difficult Friday, so thanks to the team here and in the factory for their hard work. I wouldn't say I'm ecstatic, but I'm certainly content with our progress."

    Lando Norris: "A disappointing end to qualifying. I think the whole thing went very well and I was very happy with my laps all the way through. We only did one run in Q1 and Q2, which I think is the first time I've ever done that. So things were looking hopeful, but I just overdid it slightly on my final lap, which was a very good lap but just a little bit wide and the lap was taken away. Pretty disappointed, because we could've been a lot higher up and in a much better position for tomorrow.

    "After we struggled yesterday, we've done a lot of work and the feeling in the car was much better today. The team both here and at the factory has done a great job overnight to work on improvements and give us a car that felt quick and was capable of fighting right up there and maybe even for pole. I'm gutted, but there are still a lot of positives to take away from today and hopefully we can convert them into a good result tomorrow."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "P6 and P7 after an exciting qualifying session puts us again in a strong position to fight for good points tomorrow. We initially felt a bit disappointed after seeing what would've been possible with Lando, who was flying today, but it was very positive to see how competitive we've been. Daniel didn't feel as comfortable in the car as Lando earlier in the weekend but did a great job, together with his engineering team, building it up throughout the quali sessions and putting in a good lap at the very end.


    "Well done to the team here at the track, back home and at Mercedes for developing and producing a competitive car. Full focus now on preparing for the race. The weather forecast predicts rain for tomorrow afternoon. Let's get some good points again."

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - Ferrari

    In qualifying for the Gran Premio del Made in Italy e dell'Emilia-Romagna, Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow pretty much confirmed its performance level seen in Bahrain with the SF21, despite the considerable difference in track characteristics and temperature when compared to Sakhir. Saturday at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit confirmed just how close the hierarchy is in the group fighting just behind the top two teams.

    Charles Leclerc again did brilliantly over a flying lap. As in Bahrain, the Monegasque was fourth fastest, just 329 thousandths off pole position. As a comparison, the gap here at Imola five months ago was over a second. As for Carlos, he didn't make the cut to Q3, missing out by just 61 thousandths and he therefore starts from eleventh on the grid. Because he is outside the top ten, he does benefit from having a free choice of tyre with which to start the Grand Prix. The team will therefore look at all the strategy options to try and get the best possible result on a track where overtaking is usually rather difficult.


    The Gran Premio del Made in Italy e dell'Emilia-Romagna, the 29th race to count for the Formula 1 World Championship to be held at Imola, starts at 15 CET tomorrow. It will run over 63 laps, equivalent to 309.049 kilometres.


    Charles Leclerc: It was a very good qualifying, even though I feel we struggled a bit more compared to yesterday to achieve the lap times we wanted. We took a small compromise in terms of setup that will help us in the race tomorrow. It made it a bit more difficult in quali, so let's wait and see. I made a small error in the chicane, maybe I could have gained another 7 or 8 hundredths there, but looking at the time sheets it wouldn't have changed our position, so I am very happy with P4 today.


    The track is amazing. I love it because you cannot afford to make any mistakes. There is not much tyre management involved, which is something we drivers like, because it means we can push throughout the race.


    It should be an exciting but difficult race. We are lacking a bit of straight line speed, so hopefully we will have a good enough pace to get away. If not, it will be a bit more difficult, but I think that our performance overall is better here than it was in Bahrain. At Sakhir it was a real surprise to be P4 on the grid, today, a bit less so.


    There is a lot of motivation in the team, a good momentum. We need to use it and continue to work as hard as possible as a team, keep our feet on the ground and continue to push as we have been doing for the past months. Then I am sure the good days are soon to come.


    Carlos Sainz: Today's result is not what I wanted. I struggled to nail all the corners in one single lap since the beginning of qualifying. Every small mistake can cost you many positions in this tight field, so I am not happy because I know the lap time was there had I been able to make it all work on one strong lap.


    At the same time, I think this track has exposed that I still lack a bit of experience with the car to exactly know what to expect and how to extract the absolute maximum of it. It will come, I'm sure, but I feel I'm still on a learning curve.
    Into tomorrow, you can be sure I'll give my absolute best to gain positions and fight for the best result possible. I'm confident in my pace and we will try to use the free tyre choice to our advantage.


    Laurent Mekies, Racing Director: Another solid performance following on from the one in Bahrain in the opening round of the season. That's important, because it confirms we are competitive on a very different type of track and in very different conditions to those in Sakhir.


    Naturally, there's a bit of disappointment that Carlos missed the cut to Q3 by just 61 thousandths in what was a very close session with 15 drivers all covered by just nine tenths. We knew that Carlos would need a few races to feel totally at ease in his new team and to gain confidence in a car that is very different to the one he was used to. He is making good progress, completely in line with our expectations. Nevertheless, his grid position means we can look at a variety of options in terms of strategy so there is every chance he can get a good result.


    Charles secured the same grid position as in Bahrain thanks to what was overall, another great performance, something that is becoming almost the norm for him and further confirmation of his great talent. Tomorrow, the main aim will be to convert the performance level seen in qualifying into the race result. If we manage it, then we can hope to head the mid-field group in this Grand Prix, which is also our main goal for the season.

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa Romeo

    A challenging day in Imola saw Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN fall short of its target in a tight qualifying session for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Despite looking good in the Friday practice sessions, the team struggled on Saturday, a situation that became apparent from FP3 in the morning. Even some clawing back of performance ahead of the afternoon session couldn't prevent Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi to bow out in Q1.

    In a session interrupted by a red flag in the middle of the first set of runs, and with the threat of track limits infringements always looming, the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN drivers claimed the 16th and 17th places on the grid. With Imola a challenging place for overtaking, our work has been cut out - but we will put up a fight. Last year, we placed two cars in the points when starting even further back on the grid, so the objective is to battle our way through the field one more time...


    Frederic Vasseur: "Today's result is not what we aimed for, especially after the good performance we delivered yesterday. We were just not able to demonstrate the full potential of our car. Starting where we are won't make our job easier, but we know we can compete against many of the cars ahead of us and we will do our best to make up on the ground we lost today."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "We missed out on a place in Q2 by just a tenth, but when the margins are so close that's enough to be out earlier than expected. We knew from the morning we were going to struggle, there was nothing wrong specifically but we just lost a bit of the pace we had yesterday. Tomorrow we will have a big job to get back in the points: a lot will depend on the weather, whether it rains or not. Judging by yesterday, we seem to be stronger in race trim but overtaking is not easy around here: we will do our best and see what we can get out of this race."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "It's very disappointing not to get the chance to even set my final lap because of what happened today. Drivers normally respect each other on track but that was not the case today - Mazepin just failed to leave the space to the car ahead that all other drivers always give and destroyed my lap. I haven't spoken with him yet, but this is not the behaviour we expect from each other on track. It's a shame as the pace we had in the car yesterday was really good and we could have got a good result here: we will see what we can do tomorrow, but starting from P17 is not ideal as it's quite hard to overtake here. We still go out, be positive and try to get the best possible result - we scored points from the back of the grid in 2020 so we won't give up yet."

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin qualified 18th and 19th, respectively, for Sunday's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Round 2 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship at Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Italy.

    Mazepin and Schumacher exited qualifying at the checkered in Q1 having had three timed runs on new sets of Pirelli's P Zero Red soft tires. Both cars were first on-track to start the session, Schumacher recording a 1:16.806 lap on his first outing with Mazepin logging a 1:17:806. The afternoon's early running was brought to a brief halt thanks to a red flag with fellow rookie Yuki Tsunoda making contact with the barriers in his AlphaTauri. When the action resumed Schumacher posted a 1:16.348 on his second tour followed by a 1:16.279 on his third and final set of softs. Mazepin ultimately set his fastest lap, a 1:16.797, on his second set of tires.


    Nikita Mazepin: "These qualifying sessions don't fail to throw something new at you. Before we go out, we obviously expect to have a clean session, we have our run plan and we expect to manage our time, and then something happens early on and you've suddenly got less time. The stress element comes in brings the excitement. It was difficult to get the optimum lap time out there as this track was very cold today and it was important to build the tire temperatures. To do that, you need to go fast, and obviously other cars were slowing down. Loads happened but it's an upward curve so far in my career, so I'm happy about that. I think we're extracting the most there is for now in the car and building a good foundation."


    Mick Schumacher: "I was pushing a lot more, but unfortunately I lost out at the Variante Alta chicane - I think there was another one or two tenths in it really. But the good thing is we know we can improve, we're not yet at the end. We saw improvement from Bahrain, so I'm really happy seeing that for us. We'll wait and see what happens tomorrow in the race - long runs are always a different game really. It's hard to predict what's been happening through the free practices, everyone's trying different things and set-ups. I'm mindful of how Bahrain went, so I'll take that into consideration this weekend. I'm just looking forward to driving again tomorrow."


    Guenther Steiner: "Even if the result doesn't look great, I think we've made good progress this weekend. FP3 was pretty good. I think everything is settling down a little bit. Qualifying, obviously, we finished 18th and 19th, but nevertheless we weren't too far off the cars ahead of us - which is encouraging. Compared to Bahrain we saw that we made progress because, I wouldn't say this one was a confusing qualifying session, but it was quite eventful with things like the red flag and so on. After that had happened the guys adapted pretty well and got on with their job. This is all about gaining experience and the next time it will be even better. At the moment they're getting a lot of experience with different situations, all of which they need to have - they'll be better prepared as a result of having gone through these things."

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "I must say it was very good today, I'm really happy - the whole of Qualifying was a bit harder than in Bahrain, as I think quite a lot of teams have really upped the pace. I'm pleased I managed to put everything together in Q3 - it was an extremely clean lap - and to get the P5 at our home race here in Imola is a great result for the whole team. The gaps are extremely close - I think we're just a couple of hundredths off Charles and just three or four tenths from the top guys - so it's a great achievement today and we're in a good position for tomorrow. We've got to prepare for every situation in the race - we could have some rain tomorrow, or maybe some drama up the front, so we've got to be ready to capitalise on every opportunity we can."

    Yuki Tsunoda: "The crash today in Qualifying was my mistake and I want to apologise to the team - I was pushing too hard into the entry of the chicane and just couldn't control the car after that. It's a shame because up until that corner the car felt really good and it was a strong lap - I think we could've gotten through to Q2 on just one compound. I believe there's the potential for rain at the start of tomorrow's race, so anything can happen, and I'll try to push as hard as I can to make my way forward from the back. The car looks really good, so I'll just reset my mind tonight and jump back in the car tomorrow to go racing."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "The car was competitive yesterday and we're quite happy with the developments we've brought to this race - there's good speed in the car and both drivers have been getting the most from it. This continued into FP3 today, although the field had tightened up a bit as other teams have run different strategies across Friday and Saturday, so we knew qualifying would be a close battle. Yuki was unfortunate in his Q1 run today - the lap was shaping up quite nicely, but he lost the car coming out of the chicane and hit the wall, sustaining some damage. These things happen to young drivers on their journey into F1 but he'll bounce back from it, the most important thing is that he's ok, and we'll get the car fixed in time for him tomorrow. Pierre was a far more straightforward progression through Qualifying, without too much difficulty. He managed to complete Q1 on one set of tyres and then continued to make good use of them in Q2. Then, in his Q3 final run he was able to complete a really good lap - extracting the maximum from the car. Pierre's Qualifying position is representative of where we feel the car is this weekend, we're firmly in the midfield mix and will be fighting for good points on Sunday."

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Emilia Romagna GP: Qualifying team notes - Williams

    George Russell qualified 12th and Nicholas Latifi 14th for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. It marks the team's best qualifying performance since the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix, the last time both cars made it through to Q2.George continued to improve on his lap times during both sessions, posting his fastest time of qualifying in Q2 with a 1:15.261 on the soft Pirelli tyre. Nicholas followed suit, continuing to improve on his times before finally setting a 1:15.593 on the soft compound in Q2.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: We've had a good day today with the car behaving well and responding to the changes overnight. Both drivers did a great job of extracting the laptime under pressure.


    Nicholas had a small snap of oversteer on one of his laps this morning, which caused some minor damage to the car and although we were able to get him back out again during FP3, we needed to complete some more thorough checks between FP3 and Qualifying. This took a little longer than anticipated, but some excellent work from the full team of mechanics, as well as the red flag early in Q1 meant that he was able to complete a full run programme.


    The pace of the car was good, and the new parts that we tested yesterday are working well. Based on our experience last October, we thought that this track would be better suited to the car than Bahrain, however, it is nice to have seen this confirmed today. Although we are pleased to have got both cars into Q2, there is a lot of work to do to crystallise today's performance into a meaningful result tomorrow. The weather for the race looks a little uncertain, but we hope that we can use any doubt over the conditions to our advantage.


    Both drivers have been excellent all weekend, with Nicholas being very strong from the beginning of FP1 and pushing hard on every lap. George took a little longer to understand his car yesterday, but really put in some strong laps today. Both are in a good position to race hard tomorrow.

    George Russell
    :
    The car has been feeling good this weekend, personally I was off the pace all weekend and Nicholas was faster than me in every session. I was struggling and I didn't have the confidence, but in Q2 we made it work.

    We got through Q1 by the skin of our teeth and then did a really good job in Q2 when it mattered. I am really happy with P12, the car is looking quick in a straight line which is going to help us tomorrow on a track that is difficult to overtake. I think it's going to be an exciting one.

    Nicholas Latifi
    :
    I am very pleased with today's performance. We nearly didn't make it out for qualifying due to my little bump with the wall in FP3. Even though we did get back out on track we still had some residual things that the team needed to check over.


    We had a good Q1 and I was really pleased with the lap. Q2 I was a little disappointed as I didn't get the improvement I needed to due to a little mistake at the beginning of my second lap. Overall, I am really pleased with the result. I am expecting the car to feel good in race trim. It is a notoriously difficult track to overtake on, but fingers crossed for a good one.

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Petr Hlawiczka @hlawiczka · 9min

    #F1 #ImolaGP Qualifying Best sectors vs. Fastest lap-times set: #RedBull

    slightly faster than #Mercedes, #Ferrari further behind #McLaren



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    Petr Hlawiczka @hlawiczka · 24min

    #F1 #ImolaGP Qualifying Max. speeds & Speed trap: #Williams powered by #Mercedes fastest on the straights, #Alonso with #Alpine just 1.3kph off, #Ferrari still behind #Honda



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    Lari, un amigo tuyo cumple 400 carreras.



    F1 in the 2000s @CrystalRacing · 4h

    Happy 400th Grand Prix weekend for Mark Arnall, who started in #F1 as Mika Hakkinen's personal trainer in 1997. When the great Finn retired, he became Kimi Raikkonen's physio in 2002 and continues to do so wherever Kimi goes #Arnall400















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    Juegos disponibles para la carrera. La mala Q2 de Bottas lo convirtió en el único piloto sin un medio nuevo, aunque no tiene mucha importancia porque, según Pirelli, será una carrera a una parada.







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    Confirmación de que, de los 10 primeros, los Mercedes y Verstappen saldrán con medios y el resto con el blando.



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    Casco especial de Kimi para conmemorar los 400 grandes premios de Mark.




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    A ver cómo evoluciona esto.



    PitLane Motor @PitLane_F1 · 2min

    Ojo, informan desde el circuito que están empezando a caer gotas sobre el circuito. Veremos si la lluvia alcanza a la carrera.

    #ImolaGP #F1

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    Como era de esperar tras su accidente de ayer, nuevo motor y caja de cambios para Tsunoda que lo mandan donde estaba, al fondo de la parrilla.






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    Cambios realizados en el parque cerrado tras la calificación.



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    A ver cómo evoluciona esto.

    PitLane Motor @PitLane_F1 · 2min

    Ojo, informan desde el circuito que están empezando a caer gotas sobre el circuito. Veremos si la lluvia alcanza a la carrera.

    #ImolaGP #F1

    Pues se abre el pit lane y hay partes del circuito con agua y partes secas. Hay pilotos que han salido con intermedios y otros directamente con neumáticos de lluvia.









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    Pues empezamos bien. Salida de pista de Alonso. Su alerón delantero ha sufrido daños. Esperemos que sólo sea eso.






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    La salida de pista de Alonso en la vuelta de formación.


    https://twitter.com/AlertaRacing/sta...951727629?s=20

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    El Aston Martin de Stroll llega a la parrilla con los frenos traseros al rojo y fuerte olor a chamusquina.



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    Así han quedado los frenos de Stroll.




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    Parrilla de salida.



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    Gasly, Ocon, Schumacher y Mazepin salen con neumático de lluvia, el resto con el intermedio.

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    Vettel saldrá desde el pit lane. Le están revisando los frenos traseros.



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    La carrera está siendo muy accidentada. Hasta Hamilton ha tenido una salida de pista.


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    El colmo es ver a Russell golpeando a Bottas y quedando los dos fuera. Bandera roja en pista.












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    El accidente desde la cámara onboard de Kimi.



    https://twitter.com/Kokefin/status/1...717940231?s=20

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