“I’m a little tired of these reliability issues,” I am remorseful Sergio “Checo” Prez after a weekend in limbo. It had to The ninth round of the Canadian Grand Prix has been abandoned So there could be a gearbox malfunction during the race. Without points, and right after facing protection in the second quarter of qualifying, it was a Grand Prix that could almost be defined as disastrous for him.
Despite starting at the thirteenth position on the grid, it was a good time to approach the fields of Max Verstappen in the world Cup. The Mexican is second in the standings, but is increasingly moving away from his teammate. a Back to Montreal It was going to make him add some very valuable points to his goals. You also miss the opportunity to add to the manufacturers ranking, where Red Bull Keep going first.
“Everything went wrong for us this weekend. It hurts, Reliability issues continue to hurt us quite a bit. I was completely neutral, and didn’t advance at all. pity It started wellWe had a good strategy and had everything to recover and fight for the podium,” he told Fox Sport right after the race.
Dealing with various problems
“Everyone is pushing hard on everything,” the pilot says in a statement compiled by the RaceFans portal. “It also likely has something to do with the new rules.” “Sentences Bounce much moreSo you will have to deal with various problems.”
“You lose valuable points,” he asserts, though he will try to get up for the next date, in Great Britain Grand Prix. “The tournament is still long. It hurts now, so I’ll forget about it ASAP.”
Looks like Checo is getting tired of his car problems. Do you The second time he had to give up the race due to a reliability issue.