The carnival of F1 has reached Italy for the Imola GP. The excitement is uncontrollable after three rounds of immersive and enchanting racing that have captivated the fans. But we all know that Imola GP is a completely different thing and nothing can be taken for granted, as we saw in qualifying. The weather makes it challenging and tricky for the drivers and the team bosses.
In a difficult session for the drivers, we had a total of 5 red flags for various reasons. We saw Max Verstappen take rod and Christian Hoerner you have to be happy about that. However, he will also be careful that we didn’t actually see the real pace of the drivers due to the interruptions. The sprint can be a whole different ballgame and Charles Leclerc would be out there to make things right.
The life of a team leader is as difficult as it gets because of all the expectations of delivering the results because of the ridiculous amounts of money spent on each team. But in the midst of such pressure, it is equally important for them to loosen up, or this could be a very difficult task. We saw a look at the same before Imola GP when the team bosses took a night off from all the action and took it easy with their colleagues.
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F1 Team Principals relax ahead of a busy weekend at the Imola GP
After an interesting qualifying, we were able to catch up on our reactions Christian Hoerner after qualifying. He said, “Verstappen did a great job.”
“It was an unusual qualifying. Luckily the one round that counted was the one we had on the bench. In the end it looked like the shift would go fast.“
“Too much rain for anyone to react and another red flag. It’s a shame for Checo.” as reported by gpblog.
It’s been an intense three weeks of racing and it’s gratifying to see all the team bosses relax. But that will all go away once the sprint race begins. We’ll see a different version of this during the race.
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