distance Grand Prix of the Netherlands won by Max Verstappen, And Sergio Perez He was named Driver of the Day after his impressive comeback to finish eighth, and now Formula 1 Getting ready to live the Italian Grand Prix, next weekend in the legendary Monza National Autodrome.
Faced with the difficult prospect that Ferrari will have as a homegrown extremist, Chico saw that the Italian circuit was not the strongest for her Red Bull Racing HondaHowever, consider it ‘Time for optimism’ Predicting that it could happen in a rating would be fundamental.
“Monza is a unique challenge in which everyone struggles to qualify to catch the others. If you do it right, you can make a difference; But it could also turn into a disaster, as we have seen in other years, so it will be important to do it well.”, He expressed. He added: “With Mercedes’ top speed, I don’t expect Monza to be our strongest track, but we wish we were in the fight.”
After the forgotten qualifiers in Zandvoort last weekend, the Mexican jockey He was excited to be able to do better on Saturday, to which a sprint race will be added, for which he hopes to correct mistakes last time in the UK.
“I’m looking forward to a better and easier weekend with the (qualifying) shape with a sprint. The last race we tested was at Silverstone. And I made a mistake that ruined the weekend. Things didn’t go as planned, so I’m looking forward to starting over and seeing how it turns out this time.”announced.
F1 Italian Grand Prix days and times
Friday 10 September
1: 08:30 CDMX hour free
Classification: 11:00 hours CDMX
Saturday 11 September
2: 5:00 CDMX hours for free
Sprint rating: 09:30 hours CDMX
Sunday & nbsp; September 12
Race: 08:00 hours CDMX