Horner and Tost praise Lawson after Zandvoort F1 debut

Horner and Tost praise Lawson after Zandvoort F1 debut
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Horner and Tost praise Lawson after Zandvoort F1 debut

Liam Lawson, a Kiwi driver, made his debut in Formula 1 on Saturday. He had his first experience in wet conditions during qualifying and started the race in last place. He briefly held the fastest lap and ran in 11th place for a while. However, he received a 10-second penalty for blocking another driver in the pits, which dropped him back in the standings. Despite the challenges, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner praised Lawson for his performance. AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost emphasized that it’s too early to make judgments about Lawson’s long-term prospects in F1. Lawson himself acknowledged the difficult conditions but expressed satisfaction with his overall performance, stating that he gained valuable experience in various situations during the race.

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Source: Autosport.com

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