F1: "Being in the Top 5 is almost a dream", Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin)
Spanish Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) has ensured that having finished in the 'Top 5'fifth, in the qualifying session of the Bahrain Grand Prixfirst race of Formula 1 World Cupis "almost a dream", especially thinking about the situation of a few months ago, and has recognized that they lack “half a second to fight for pole position”.
Speaking to DAZN behind the classification on Saturday, where he finished fifth, the two-time world champion commented:
It has been very well. You don't quite believe it, when it was FP1, FP2… You say to yourself 'the time will come when we return to reality'. In the time trial, it is true that we lack that half second to fight for pole position, but it was just what we had […] being in the 'Top 5' is almost a dream.
The Asturian showed himself enthusiastic about his car, and anticipated that “very important things are coming. “The car is just the base, the beginning of this project. When I talk to designers they tell me that Very important things are coming, developments in the next races and in the next Grand Prix, and it fills you with illusion to see how hungry the whole team is. For tomorrow, we will see; The strong point of the car so far has been the long runs“he added.
Finally, the two-time champion considers an advance that until four teams may be fighting for the podium. "The Mercedes are the ones who cheat the most all winter. We are going to be very even, that's the beauty. Be Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes and Aston Martin all in half a second, depending on the circuit some teams will go faster than others, promises a very fun championship”ended.
(With information from Europe Press)
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