Aston Martin Ascends Top Finishes Signal Revival

Aston Martin Ascends: Top Finishes Signal Revival


Aston Martin F1 shows potential at the third weekend’s outset, with Lance Stroll and Fernando Alonso securing top positions in the sessions. Their performance signals possible improvements in speed and race strategy.

Is there improvement for Aston Martin F1 at the start of the third weekend of the year? It’s reasonable to think so, seeing that Lance Stroll finished fourth in the second session, having been comfortable throughout the day for fast laps.

“Yes, I’m happy, the car felt good, and the balance was right,” celebrated the Canadian, in his always succinct style. “I’m not surprised, we’ve been fast on a lap in recent weekends. We need to see how degradation will be on Sunday.”

Fernando Alonso was fifth in the second session and he too seemed to have an easy time posting times, although for the Silverstone team, the most crucial issue to address will be race degradation.

“It’s always difficult here and this year is no different,” Alonso stated. “I went off into the gravel in FP1 and damaged the floor; that was my mistake. It compromised the FP1 program, but FP2 went well and we were able to complete the program.”

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