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28 de mayo de 2011

HISPANIA CORRERÁ EL GP DE MONACO...DECLARACIONES DEL EQUIPO

Hispania tiene un motivo hoy para una alegría relativa, pues si bien es cierto que no han podido salir hoy a clasificarse, la FIA ha dado el visto bueno a través de sus comsiarios para que formen parte de la carrera.El motivo principal es que habían corrido antes dentro del 107%, ya que en la sesión 3 rodaron por debajo de los tiempos minimo exigidos en la Q1.Otro motivo es que Hispania renunció a protestar los resultados por lo del Difusor soplado, y si resultara que les dejaran fuera de la Carrera sería una mala manera de agradecer el que hayan renunciado a ello, habida cuenta del jaleo que podía montar una situación de ese tipo.A eso hay que añadir  a que en nada presentarán la nueva sede del equipo, y lo lógico es que cuando quieres equipos potentes en la F1, cuando los pequeños intentan crecer y empiezan a sacar la cabeza desde fuera, lo normal es que permitas que se pongan al nivel del resto y no les hundas, pues a Ecclestone es al primero que le interesa tener a Hispania comiendo de su mano, al igual que hace con Williams, si hay una amenaza de escisión de la categoria.Ecclestone les ayudará y luego pasar´´a la tarifa, seguro.


Os dejo con la noticia en todo caso:


FIA race stewards in Monaco have confirmed that Hispania Racing drivers Vitantonio Liuzzi and Narain Karthikeyan will be able to take part in Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix, despite neither driver making it out onto track in qualifying.
After crashing at St. Devote and destroyed the rear end of his car in final practice, mechanics were not able to repair Liuzzi’s chassis, whereas Karthikeyan experienced a rear suspension failure shortly before exiting his garage in Q1.

Having naturally missed the 107 percent threshold, stewards have allowed the cars to race after reviewing their of their respective best lap times from practice. 

y declaraciones del equipo:


Narain Karthikeyan - 24th: "Today was a little bit disappointing. It was not safe for the car to come out as it was, so we had to make some changes to the suspension which resulted in us being unable to run in qualifying. We would have easily qualified, just like in the last four races, I have no doubts about that. So it was a good decision from the stewards to let us race."
Vitantonio Liuzzi - 23rd: "It was a difficult day because in the morning I had a crash in corner 1. I have been struggling a lot with the balance of the car since Thursday, the rear end is suffering a lot. The FIA showed some good sense with the decision they made since we've been inside the 107% rule for every race since Australia. It will be a difficult race tomorrow because we're struggling with the balance on the car but in Monaco you never know what will happen."
Colin Kolles, Hispania Racing Team Principal: "We had a difficult day with Tonio crashing and Narain's car having problems with the suspension just before qualifying. We couldn't run either car in qualifying as a result of this so we had to go to the stewards to see what would happen tomorrow. Thankfully they made a good decision so both our drivers will be on the grid tomorrow."

2 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

jodío, ponlo en castellano

LOGANF1 dijo...

jajaja...el inglés se entiende, ¿no?...

el alemán es que es algo más complicadillo :P

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