Sargeant blames Williams’ front wing decision for point-less Italian GP

Sargeant blames Williams’ front wing decision for point-less Italian GP
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Sargeant blames Williams’ front wing decision for point-less Italian GP

American rookie driver Sargeant achieved a commendable tenth place in the Monza race before losing out to Bottas due to a misjudged braking attempt. Sargeant struggled with tire wear and fell down the order as a result. Williams revealed that Sargeant ran a different front wing, worried about potential wing shortages after Sargeant damaged the new version during a crash at Zandvoort. Sargeant believed that with the normal front wing, he could have better managed his tires and potentially finished in the points. Reflecting on the race, Sargeant admitted difficulty in keeping the rear of the car stable, but expressed determination to continue working hard and make improvements for the upcoming Singapore race.

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Source: Crash.net

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