“There will be more chances to win.”

Fernando Alonso there was Monaco Closer than ever so far this season to the 33rd win of his career Formula 1. The Asturian pilot crossed the finish line in second place behind him the above Verstappenbut a timely decision could have changed everything: the pit stops were used as dry rather than rainy conditions.

This choice certainly ruined Alonso’s chances of winning on Sunday. Verstappen entered the pit lane one lap later and set up the medians, as Fernando was forced to do later, giving up an ‘extra’ pitstop. But in Aston Martin They prefer not to quit, they value the weekend positively and look optimistically at what will happen during the season.

Mike broke downGreen Brand Team Manager, Analyze Monaco GB“It’s our best result in our short history,” he said. “We were on a different strategy and we waited to see how everything developed. We didn’t want to do the same thing as Max from the start. That’s something we decided before the race, to try something to win the race, although we did see after that that we weren’t fast enough and that Verstappen was in control. We had to finish too.”

[Aston Martin, entre la ilusiĆ³n y el error: una estrategia fallida y un subcampeonato a la vista]

He also spoke about Alonso’s first stop: “It was a joint decision. The already hard tire had a lot of laps and it was cooling down and we had to stop. When we did it, we saw that there was some rain, but not enough in our area. The view was that it was raining heavily behind But it didn’t come to us – on the main straight – so we chose the middle not to stop again because it dried up quickly.”

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“And as soon as Fernando got out on the ring, he started falling hard and it wasn’t on the radar. It was one stop more than planned and this was our only chance to fight for the victory,” Mike Crack said in a lamented mic. Dazen.

Aston Martin is turning the page and in a matter of days, this Thursday, will start preparing a new car Grand Prix, the one in Barcelona. Fernando actually said it was another of the episodes “33” could get to. Krack, for now, is more reserved: “You asked me in Australia, right?” he told the journalist Albert Fabrega Which reminded him that Monaco responded and so did the Montmelo race.

Krack, however, does not want to be too optimistic: “But I think Barcelona will be more difficult, because you need more power in the car … but there will be more opportunities. We will try to improve the car, for sure the improvements will come. We will By introducing new parts in the next races,” he explained. After Barcelona there would be 15 days leave as far as Canada and from there the promised new parts could arrive.

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