Krack: ‘Lights never went off’ at factory during Aston F1 slump
Thanks to Fernando Alonso, the Aston Martin F1 Team performed well in the first half of the season, earning several podium finishes and emerging as a strong rival to Red Bull. However, their performance declined after the Austrian Grand Prix, with the team struggling to score points in subsequent races. Despite this setback, Aston Martin made a comeback at the Brazilian Grand Prix, securing a podium finish with Alonso finishing just ahead of Sergio Perez. The team celebrated this achievement and emphasized their unity and resilience during difficult times. The team’s factory worked tirelessly to regain their form and demonstrated the importance of teamwork and trust in achieving great results. Additionally, the team acknowledged that they had sacrificed some results in order to focus on the development of their 2024 car. Overall, the Brazilian Grand Prix highlighted the team’s ability to execute their plans effectively and achieve positive outcomes.