[Rassegna stampa] – The Hungarian Grand Prix brought Formula 1 back to the past, rediscovering its epicness. Below is the analysis of our director, Mauro Coppini, reported in the columns of the Corriere dello Sport.
The child and the teacher
Those falling on the cars on the grid at the Hungaroring were not drops of water. Rather, it was a magical potion capable of taking Formula 1 back in time. Revitalizing it with all those elements that time had worn out. Unpredictability and imprudence, courage and skill, have given life to a show that in an instant has shaken off that load of technological and sports infrastructures that have ended up digging an impassable gap between the public and the event itself. A few drops of water were enough to highlight a human frailty which on the one hand has cracked the presumed perfection of the system and on the other has enhanced its human value. […] It took a few hundred meters to overturn the cards, subvert the order of things, shatter all those certainties that the use of simulators seemed to have certified. On the contrary, under certain conditions pilots turn into helpless passengers. […] Bottas and Stroll triggered an accident that turned the lane into a bowling alley and the cars into skittles. […] we have seen Verstappen give his soul aboard an irreparably compromised single-seater, Sainz on the limit with a Ferrari that always has many limits and Hamilton engaged in a duel with Alonso who will remain in the history of Formula 1. […]
Mauro Coppini, Corriere dello Sport