Complicated weekend for Haas. Magnussen and Schumacher were eliminated in Q1 at Monza, and the two finished in the last row, but will gain some positions thanks to the penalties imposed on the other drivers. The Dane will therefore start sixteenth, immediately behind there will be his teammate Mick Schumacher, up to this moment very unfortunate having not participated in FP1 to make room for Giovinazzi, while in FP2 he was forced to park the car due to a problem with the control unit, so in the last session this morning he was stopped in the pits for over 50 minutes due to other problems. In short, all to be reset in view of tomorrow’s race.
“It was as tough as we expected – Magnussen admitted. I think we were close to Q2, and if my lap time hadn’t been canceled, it would have been a surprise to qualify so high. Tomorrow it will be interesting as many cars are out of their usual position ”.
“I did very few laps, and this is the main reason for my compromised weekend – Mick said. These are things that happen, it is nobody’s fault and we all win and lose together. Now we have to fight, but some cars ahead of us could be overtaken. I haven’t done a long run yet, so it will be a bit of an improvised race for me ”.
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