“We will improve the car and get more satisfaction,” assured the Aston Martin driver.
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“It’s not good to change the rules in the middle of the championship,” admitted the Spanish driver.
The Aston Martin driver spoke ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
It is raced at Silverstone, the home GP for the Asturian’s stable, which is aiming for a big hit.
As many as eight drivers are affected, including Ferrarista Sainz, who loses two positions.
The Spanish driver spoke out after finishing fourth in FP2 at the Canadian GP.
Official the penalty, which affects the top qualifying positions in the Spanish Grand Prix.
“We will have to be able to take every little chance,” explained the Spanish driver.
Honda Racing Corporation President Watanabe explains the Japanese giant’s choice to supply its power units.
“I see Ferrari very well,” said the Asturian driver.
The Circus veteran is aiming for a big result with his Aston Martin on a circuit where he has won twice in his career.
The Japanese giant ready to return starting in the 2026 season.
The Spanish driver, while aware of his age, does not hide his ambitions, in and out of the Circus.
“E’ ammirevole vedere questa determinazione, concentrazione e motivazione ogni giorno” ha dichiarato il pilota canadese.
The Spaniard’s consideration after finishing fourth in Baku, the first non-podium race of the season.
“Need to continue the development process to remain competitive,” said the Spanish driver.
“We need to pick up where we left off in Australia,” said the Spanish driver.
The young Mercedes driver announces “big changes” for the remainder of the season.
The Spanish driver analyzes the prospects of his colleague, already a two-time world champion.
The words of the Spanish driver on the results obtained by the team in this beginning of the championship.
The German is back to thinking about the prospects of getting back behind the wheel after retiring last year.
The former pilot spoke about the Spaniard’s season.
The words of the Aston Martin driver after FP2 of the Melbourne GP.
The German has been retired for a year, handing over his single-seater to his fellow Asturian.
“We told him that this podium was also thanks to him, because it really brought us a step forward from the previous two years.”
The Asturian is paying for the time he had served an earlier penalty during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
The enthusiasm of the Asturian, third at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix behind Perez and Verstappen.
Aston Martin driver’s words on the upcoming race.
Several influential voices in the world champion team had joked about the similarity of the two cars.
The Aston Martin veteran, fresh off a podium finish in Bahrain, makes no secret of his ambitions ahead of the Saudi Arabian GP.