The Australian Grand Prix highlighted a weekend bordering on tragicomic for theAston Martin and for their pilots, Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll, protagonists of continuous unforeseen events, accidents, sanctions and penalties from Friday of practice until Sunday of competition. Grotesque circumstances that have not gone unnoticed by a former F1 driver like Jacques Villeneuve. The Canadian, world champion 1997, in fact focused on this particular issue in his column on formulas1.nlnot sparing comments as objective as hard on the work of the Silverstone team and the drivers in Melbourne.
Speaking of the latter, Gilles’ son focused in particular on his compatriot Stroll, both father and son: “It was just embarrassing – commented the former Williams driver – and he also blamed the trail, which is the strangest explanation ever for an accident. Vettel is clearly not enjoying himself, and he would rather stay home. In Ferrari he had made mistakes, but these do not really correspond to his stature. No frames have been lost, but from a technical-advertising point of view they are great hits. Sponsors don’t like this, other than the cost of damage for points lost. The question now is: what will big boss Lawrence Stroll do? It takes him more than money to manage a team: it is not a clothing chain or a watch brand, it is much more complicated, especially when you manage a team for your child. The atmosphere in the factory must also be terrible; they built a car that is comparable to a Williams or a Haas, only they did it with less budget ”.
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