Ticktum after Macau accident: Rivals’ mistake “shouldn’t happen at this level”
Rodin Carlin driver Dan Ticktum was involved in a collision during the qualification race at Macau, which resulted in him starting on the back row for the main grand prix on Sunday. Ticktum believed that his Trident rival’s mistake was unnecessary and shouldn’t occur at this level of racing. Despite the setback, Ticktum remained positive and expressed his intention to return to the F3 classic and potentially win it again in the future. Marcus Armstrong, another potential front-runner, also suffered from a collision in the qualification race, which damaged his front wing and affected his performance. He expressed disappointment with the incident and described it as unnecessary.