Alunni Bravi Pledges F1 Revival on Montreal Track

Stake F1 Eyes Comeback at Canadian GP After No-Point Spell


Amid a challenging season, Stake F1 and Alessandro Alunni Bravi aim for a fresh start at the Canadian Grand Prix, seeking their first points.

Currently the only team yet to score this season, after Williams registered their first points in Monaco, Stake F1’s team representative, Alessandro Alunni Bravi, acknowledged the disappointing results but refrained from criticizing his dedicated team, commending their perseverance instead.

“We are moving to another continent after a tough stretch between Imola and Monaco. Despite our performances not meeting our expectations so far, we are committed to putting all this behind us and starting anew,” Alunni Bravi stated.

“We are aware of the hard work everyone within the team is putting in, and in absolute terms, the gap to our predecessors is not insurmountable. We are heading to Montreal hungry for points and positive outcomes, with everyone in Hinwil having worked tirelessly these past two weeks to achieve this.”

“The field is tight and competition fierce, yet we are ready to embrace the challenge. Recent weekends have shown our performances are close to those of our main competitors.”

“Today more than ever, it is crucial to maximize the performance of each lap and be ready to seize every opportunity. This is how we can make a step forward and turn our season around.”

“A circuit that has remained largely unchanged”

Valtteri Bottas expressed his enthusiasm for racing in Montreal at the much-loved Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, a track where he has previously excelled. He trusts his team to improve their standing and finally aim for better results.

“It’s great to be back in Canada – a venue that usually makes for exciting races and is also quite fun in the cockpit. It’s one of the classic races on the calendar, and I relish the challenges of a circuit that has not changed much since it was built,” the Finn remarked.

“I’m looking forward to getting started this weekend. It’s undeniable that things haven’t gone well lately, but the team is motivated, and we have used the days following our return from Monaco to analyze our shortcomings and how we can improve from there.”

“We’ve scored points in the last two races in Montreal, and it would be great to do so again here. Our aim, as always, is to be at the top of our game from Friday and qualify in favorable positions, ready to compete on Sunday.”

“We have our work cut out for us”

Guanyu Zhou recognizes that his team faces an uphill battle after a very challenging weekend in Monaco: “We knew we had our work cut out for us after Monaco, and that’s exactly what the team has done.”

“We’ve come together and worked collaboratively to give ourselves the best chance to turn the tide this season. Although we haven’t scored any points yet, our motivation remains undiminished, quite the opposite in fact.”

“We are determined to change the course of the season and get back to where we want to be. I’m eager to race in Montreal this weekend, with the city turning into a veritable Formula 1 festival, and the fans providing additional momentum from the stands.”

“We know that a hundredth of a second can make a big difference in qualifying, where we need to make the most significant gains: we must stay focused and give our best throughout the weekend, aiming for the top 10.”

Alunni Bravi Pledges F1 Revival on Montreal Track

Alunni Bravi Pledges F1 Revival on Montreal Track. Alunni Bravi Pledges F1 Revival on Montreal Track

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