Alonso frustrated by "anonymous" Itallian GP performance

Alonso frustrated by "anonymous" Itallian GP performance
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Alonso frustrated by "anonymous" Itallian GP performance

At the Monza race, the Aston Martin team was aware that their car, the AMR23, would not perform well on this track. This was evident in qualifying, where Alonso secured 10th place, his lowest grid position of the season. Despite his usual aggressive driving, Alonso could only finish in ninth place, which tied his worst result of the year. However, he maintained his record of scoring points in every race so far. Alonso acknowledged that there were many lessons to be learned from this race and that the team needed to understand how to improve their performance on this type of circuit in the future. He found the race mentally and physically demanding due to the low grip and difficult handling of the car. Alonso admitted that the car’s efficiency and drag level, particularly for this type of track, were weaknesses that needed to be addressed. Despite the disappointing result, Alonso believed that he and the team were maximising their performance and executing well on race day. However, he acknowledged that the competition was getting closer, with Ferrari now ahead of Aston Martin in the constructors’ championship standings. The team’s focus now is on bouncing back in the next race in Singapore.

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Source: Motorsport.com

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