The head of Ferrari, Maurizio Arrivabene said that the technical breakdown of the Grand Prix of Malaysia will not break the faith of the team on the way to achieving the goal in 2017.
Due to issues with power plants Sebastian Vettel failed to participate in qualifying, and Kimi Raikkonen was not able to start the race. But the stunning pace SF70H in Sunday’s race the Ferrari gives hope that the title race is not over.
After the race in Sepang Lewis Hamilton ahead of Vettel by 34 points.
“Throughout the weekend we had a competitive car,’ said Maurizio. – It shows in our pace in training, the second place Kimi in qualifying and the amazing comeback of Sebastian in the race as he climbed from 20th position to fourth place.
But the Grand Prix has become one of the most difficult in the season, as the team had to face serious challenges, which we will analyze.
These problems did not allow Sebastian to take part in qualifying, and Kimi is in the race.
But the team didn’t let down and have done excellent work in the garage, and then executed the perfect strategy.
This is another reason why we continue to believe in our own strength: we have a machine, the staff, the pilots, the means and morale to fight to the very end.”
Until Monday evening, October 2, you have the opportunity to exhibit their own evaluations of the pilots in F1 for the Grand Prix of Malaysia, and on Tuesday we’ll summarize the results. Go and vote!
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