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“It would be premature to say we have understood everything” regarding the AMR24 following “good result” in F1 Canadian GP — Krack

After scoring just two points in the last three races, Aston Martin finally had a proper points haul in Montreal, finishing sixth and seventh in last weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix. Especially after a poor Monaco Grand Prix, the result was welcomed by team boss Mike Krack. “Yeah, I think when you look at the final…

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We “have to figure out if we can unlock this or if we need a completely new update” — Stroll on Aston Martin F1’s Imola GP upgrade

In his 150th Formula 1 race, Lance Stroll managed to secure two points for Aston Martin, coming through from P13 on the grid to finish in 9th. Stroll started on the medium tyre and overtook Esteban Ocon in the opening laps for P12. But unlike Tsunoda, Hülkenberg and Ricciardo, he extended his first stint. The…

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Horner expects competition from McLaren F1 “at all circuits” following major update package

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects to battle McLaren consistently going forward, while Toto Wolff of Mercedes and Mike Krack of Aston Martin take motivation from McLaren’s leap up the field. Following a push to the line at last weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix for McLaren’s Lando Norris, off the back of his debut…

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“It is difficult to drive” — Krack says Aston “have some lessons to learn” as AMR24 struggled at F1 Imola GP

Aston Martin is not where they expect to be but worked hard to leave Imola with 2 points. Team Principal Mike Krack spoke of the impact the upgrades had, high standards and the difference a year can make in F1. On this occasion, it is Lance Stroll who the team praise after some determined driving…

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Team bosses and CEO’s argue in favour of awarding F1 points all the way down to 20th

During the Chinese Grand Prix weekend, it was revealed that F1 and the teams are considering expanding the current points-scoring positions beyond 10th place, with a proposal to extend the points allocation to 12th. Discussions at a recent F1 Commission meeting centred on potential changes to the points system, with a consensus that more time…

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Krack unimpressed with stewards inconsistency during F1 Chinese GP weekend

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack has labelled Lance Stroll’s “very harsh” at the F1 Chinese Grand Prix. The Canadian made big contact with Daniel Ricciardo at the Turn 14 hairpin as the Safety Car period ended and the race restarted. Stroll was given a 10-second time penalty as a seething Ricciardo retired, and his…

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Alonso “a man of his word” — Aston Martin F1 boss Krack delighted the Spaniard is staying with the team

Fernando Alonso is a man possessed behind the wheel of the Aston Martin, no matter what the quality of the car is. This means that since his contract was set to expire at the end of this year, he was linked with many teams who would fit perfectly for a man of his talents. In…

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Krack says it’s “very encouraging” Aston Martin F1 finished ahead of Mercedes in Japan

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack is optimistic about the team’s performance saying they are no longer “in no-man’s land”. The AMR24 demonstrated an impressive performance following a disappointing Bahrain Grand Prix. The Silverstone team had the fifth fastest race car on the grid and both the Aston Martin’s finished in the points, Alonso in…

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Stroll explains frustrated radio message as he says F1 Japanese GP weekend “one to forget”

Lance Stroll experienced a challenging weekend at Suzuka, Japan, culminating in a 12th-place finish, while his teammate Fernando Alonso secured a commendable sixth position. However, amidst the struggles, one radio message from Stroll during the race caught attention, prompting revelations about the underlying issue. Stroll expressed his dissapointment over the team radio, stating, “It is…

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“No pace in the car and no pace in myself” — Stroll on his Q1 exit at the F1 Japanese GP

Lance Stroll is having a nightmare weekend at the Japanese Grand Prix. Aston Martin brought updates to Suzuka and Fernando Alonso maximised it from FP3 onwards, qualifying P5 for Sunday’s race. The Canadian driver had the new package since FP1. While his Q1 elimination was probably a shock to many, the signs had been there…

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