Aston Martin identifies the big problem that weighs heavily on the car

Aston Martin can start to see Light at the end of the tunnel. The car, second best in the World Cup to Canada, saw how its privileged position was no longer so after some testing not only behind Red Bull but fifth on the grid.

Yes, because Mercedes and Ferrari They did their homework well and because McLaren made the great mid-season miracle of Formula 1. Those from Woking took a giant leap forward. This is the jump that seems to be Red Bull’s biggest opposition.

On the other hand, Aston Martin. Silverstone They are no longer hiding in ring conditions. They no longer hide behind Austria or the United Kingdom. Because what happened in Hungary was not expected. Because there they should have gone just fine. And no, that was not the case. They did not quarrel with those above. They couldn’t fight with those on top.

Now there’s a spa, circuit worry Aston Martin. To a team that seems to have found the cause of the bugs afterwards Canadian Grand Prix.

And despite their good performance in Villeneuve’s generation, At least with Alonso, It all seems to have started there.

All, through the pontoons

The sidepods they carried on the North American track reportedly caused aerodynamic flow turbulence to the rear of the car. It would cause problems Temperature Brakes, as well as a more nervous car.

Thus, driving is more complicated, leaving it Great virtues The AMR23 in a slow corner, under braking and at the big entrance and exit of a curve.

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Who knows if they can solve their problems and not for the spa, because there are only a few days left, but when the second part of the World Cup arrives. will be on Zandvoortin the Netherlands, where it continues after the summer holidays.

Amber Cross

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