"Why does the vehicle change from Friday to Sunday?"Alonso asked.


The Spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpìne), two Formula One world champions (2005 and 2006), has announced, with the goal of the ninth Canadian Grand Prix, the ninth World Championship, to take place this weekend in Montreal, that “it is still necessary they “already” better understand the vehicle and why they “noticed” the differences from Friday to Sunday.

“It was a decent result to finish seventh in Baku. I feel we have optimized the performance of the car and the opportunities presented to us in the retirements of other cars. We still need to better understand the car and whether why we notice differences from Friday to Sunday. ” said the double Asturian world champion, who achieved one of his 32 victories at Montreal’s Gilles Villeneuve circuit in 2006, the year he defended the title, along with Renault.

“Our car is pretty good at managing the bounce effects that cars are experiencing this year,” said Alonso, who, after a bad start to the season, has scored points in the last three races – at the Grand Prix of Spain, Monaco and Azerbaijan – and now he is eleventh in the World Cup, with 16 points, the same as Frenchman Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri), which improved him a place in the overall classification because of his best race result: fifth achievement on Sunday.

“I didn’t really notice it in Baku, where we were more focused on managing tire damage, especially on the rear tires,” explains Alonso, 41, who is after two from here – where he won, besides among others, the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and (twice) the 24 Hours of Le Mans (France), with Toyota- he returned last season to the premier class, where he achieved his 98th podium finish by finishing third in Qatar’s debut Grand Prix, at the Lusail circuit.

“It’s going to be different on every circuit. For example, in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) it’s smooth, like in Australia; and no one said anything there,” Alonso said in reference to complaints due to ‘porposing’ -Anglicism he refers to boats that give vehicles especially when they roll at very high speeds – issued by various drivers, including seven -time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), sixth in the World This Cup, with 62 points, 88 less than the leader. , Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), who ousted him last year.

“It will be difficult for all the teams to come to an agreement to have a change in this aspect,” the brilliant Asturian driver said about the last cause of controversy within F1 so far.

Source: La Verdad


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