“I feel we’ll be in place for tomorrow” – Pierre Gasly – The Checkered Flag


After every week to digest info on how the automotive performs, Friday has been a chance for AlphaTauri to easy out any bumps within the automotive, and in Free Follow 2 deal with qualifying runs and see how the AT-02 fares over one lap.

Pierre Gasly feels that the primary two periods of the weekend have been constructive, the French driver feeling proud of the automotive and struggling no points all through both session. On his tried hot-lap within the night session, Gasly feels that it wasn’t his biggest lap however regardless of this there are nonetheless loads of positives to remove from the primary day of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.

“I feel it’s been begin to the weekend – the automotive felt sturdy in each periods and I’m proud of it. We didn’t fairly put it collectively this night, on our quick lap, however total, I feel there are a whole lot of positives to take-away from at this time and I’m excited now to see what we are able to do in qualifying tomorrow.”

On some lengthy runs the place drivers and groups can learn how the automotive behaves with a excessive gas load, the automotive was once more feeling good however Gasly doesn’t wish to get forward of himself as it’s only follow.

“The long term with excessive gas, that we accomplished in preparation for the race, felt sturdy so I feel there are some good indicators nevertheless it’s clearly solely the primary day, so we don’t wish to get forward of ourselves.”

The mechanics will probably be fine-tuning set-ups in a single day with the drivers and the French driver feels that they need to be in place for Qualifying tomorrow. Gasly is aiming for an look in Qualifying 3 which might put the workforce and him in place to struggle for factors on race-day.

“We’ll fine-tune all the pieces tonight with the engineers and I feel we’ll be in place for tomorrow. I hope that we are able to get into Q3 in qualifying – that’s our goal – and if we handle that we ought to be able to struggle for some good factors come race day.”

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