Yuki Tsunoda (Scuderia AlphaTauri) spoke about his excitement for the 2022 F1 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
During last year’s Italian Grand Prix, a problem with the brakes was discovered after completing the pre-final sighting lap. Unable to fix it on the grid, the machine is sent back to the garage, but AlphaTauri Honda decides to give up. We ended the weekend without starting.
Yuki Tsunoda therefore aspires to complete the full race distance at the Scuderia AlphaTauri home race.
“The team did a good job of improving the car in time for qualifying at Zandvoort, but it didn’t work out in the race and we had a problem with the differential so we had to stop. been able to reset, and I’m focusing on Monza, which is a special race for the team,” commented Yuki Tsunoda.
“We didn’t start the Italian Grand Prix last year, which means we’ve never actually driven a Formula 1 car in a full Grand Prix at Monza. So after Imola , another circuit for us. I’m very excited to be able to race. I know the team will be too, so I have a good motivation for this weekend.
“At the moment we don’t know how the car will fit on this track, but as always we will work to extract as much performance as possible.”
“Slipstream is a key factor on this fast lane, but with these newer cars it affects us less than before. Now we can follow another car around the corners better, so overtaking is possible, but we can stay stuck on the DRS train.”
“I think in qualifying you’ll see everyone trying to get towed. How you handle that sticky situation could be the key to doing well in qualifying.”
Yuki Tsunoda, who was reprimanded for the fifth time this season at the previous round of the Dutch Grand Prix, was handed a 10-place grid penalty at the Italian Grand Prix.
“Of course we have penalties for this race (due to five disciplinary sanctions), but I like this track.”
Category: F1 / Hiroki Tsunoda / F1 Italian Grand Prix / Alpha Tauri
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