Jody Egginton, technical director of Scuderia AlphaTauri, looks back on the 2022 F1 Round 9 Canadian Grand Prix final.
Scuderia AlphaTauri started from the very end, and Yuki Tsunoda retired from the crash. Pierre Guthrie finished 14th and the F1 Canadian Grand Prix with no points because the pit stop wasn’t working before anyone else.
“Simply, it’s been a disappointing race for us today,” commented Jody Egginton.
“Yuki, who started from the end due to the change in PU, entered with a strong stint in the first half of the race and managed the tires well. The race ended shortly after finishing the pit stop and going out on the track. “
“Pierre made the first pit stop at a fairly early timing in order to drive in clean air. However, the phase with the surrounding machines was out of phase, and the virtual safety car could not be used well. As a result, his race became tougher. The first hard tires weren’t well balanced and I couldn’t go enough steps to get into the points today. “
“Today’s result feels like I’ve lost some position in the midfield battle. I have to make a strong comeback in the next race to get it back.”
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