Aston Martin’s High-Octane Stock Market Ride: Navigating the Rollercoaster with Style

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Team boss Mike Krack believes the Silverstone-based team is being judged a little early – but insists there are ‘no excuses’ for it not to deliver.

Aston Martin boss Mike Krack believes the team is being judged “a little bit too quickly” on its 2024 performances after a strong 2023 campaign. Aston started 2023 as the closest challengers to Red Bull, banking six podiums from the first eight races, but slipped backwards as McLaren turned around its season, leaving the Silverstone-based squad fifth in the constructors’ championship. In 2024, it has yet to challenge for a podium. Krack, though, feels Aston Martin is not being given the time it deserves by the critics. “This time last year we were ahead of the plan, now we are behind the plan,” Krack told media, including RacingNews365. “If you zoom out, you have to see that there is progress as a team.” Krack refused to make “excuses” for Aston’s relative drop-off in performance but reiterated the team must continue to work towards the long-term plan in place.”We have a plan in place, we’re developing the team from an infrastructure point of view, we have a great partner coming with Honda, a great partner in Aramco, so I think there is no reason to be negative.”

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