Fernando Alonso He added his second consecutive abandonment of the season. His second abandonment of the entire season. It was in Mexico, a track where he does not have particularly good or successful memories according to the data and where the Aston Martin consummated the disaster. However, the two-time world champion has preferred to downplay everything and It focuses on the positive, and on the future.
“It’s hard, but it’s not a funeral. We’re working what we can because we’re not happy. It’s not the position we want but
We seek to reverse the situation.”account.
Because he believes they are getting positive things: “Sometimes you learn more from difficulties
than the celebrations”.
“I think we won’t fight for podiums”
“It’s complicatedand we try to do all the tests we can to give information to the factory,” he says in words reported in the newspaper ‘As’.
But he insists: “The situation can be reversed. There are three clues left that will give us more information. It will depend on what we understand.”
if we hope to fight for podiumswhich I think is not.”
“But finishing competitively is an option.
We no longer fight for anything. We are fixed in the constructors’ World Championship and in drivers I will lose some positions. But it’s incredible to be ahead of Ferrari or Russell. And from Norris. We will lose those places, because they have a fast car,” he continues.
Damages from Pérez’s accident
In that sense, he explains what happened to him in Mexico and the reason for his low pace: “The car was damaged by the remains of Pérez’s car on the first lap. It was more painful, with
a slower car in the race. “It was a difficult weekend.”
They still haven’t found the key at Aston Martin with the new package they put in Austin. Sometimes yes, like in the US, but in Mexico everything was a disaster. They even seemed
be the worst team on the entire grid at Hermanos Rodríguez…