Vowles: Hydraulic issue on kerb triggered Sargeant F1 Dutch GP crash

Vowles: Hydraulic issue on kerb triggered Sargeant F1 Dutch GP crash
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“The incident happened just 24 hours after the driver crashed heavily on slicks in a drying track during qualifying. In the race, he stayed out on slicks in the wet early stages but lost a lot of time. When the track dried up, he was in last place and crashed after hitting the inside kerb at Turn 8. The team later confirmed that the crash was caused by a hydraulic issue that affected the steering. The driver admitted to being cautious during the race due to the incident in qualifying and expressed disappointment for the team. He also mentioned using the kerb throughout the weekend without any issues. In hindsight, it might have been a better choice for him to switch to intermediate tires in the wet conditions.”

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Source: Autosport.com

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