A tough weekend on the Australian Grand Prix has left Aston Martin with a key drawback going forwards, as workforce boss Mike Krack has defined.
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Aston Martin admit that they should handle the problem of working low on spare elements following a weekend of heavy injury on the Australian Grand Prix.
It was a difficult few days for the workforce in Melbourne, with each Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll having crashes at numerous factors.
There have been additionally mechanical issues, with Vettel pressured to take a seat out most of Free Apply 3 on Saturday resulting from engine troubles.
Group boss Mike Krack says that the difficulties began for the British squad early on in proceedings, and didn’t a lot enhance from there.
“We had a really tough weekend, as a result of we had plenty of automotive injury,” Krack informed members of the media, together with RacingNews365.com.
“It began already on Friday, the place we had the small drawback on the facility unit, which we needed to change, so we did not get a lot time. After which clearly, the on-track incidents that shall be seen to everyone led to plenty of work.”
Krack anticipated a greater weekend for Aston Martin
It has not been a straightforward begin to the season for Aston Martin, however Krack had hoped that their fortunes may enhance in Melbourne.
“I believe after we got here right here, we [thought] we [would] have been a little bit bit higher than now we have been earlier than,” the Group Principal stated.
“However, clearly, we couldn’t present it a lot over the weekend, as a result of then we had rather more disruption, after which [we] sort of fought on the finish of the day.
“So I believe on the finish of the race, we had been nonetheless within the place the place we hoped we may rating, however then finally [it] wouldn’t occur. Total, [it was a] fairly disappointing weekend, I’ve to say.”
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Points for Aston Martin to deal with
Following the occasions of the weekend, Aston Martin will now look to deal with a few of their points forward of the following race on the calendar, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
One of many key areas of concern is the availability of spare elements, given the crashes that each vehicles suffered in Australia.
“Now we have to actually acquire all of the bits that now we have to,” Krack defined.
“We begin to run low on spares, so it is one thing that we have to handle.”
The workforce have additionally vowed to look into the explanations behind Vettel’s significantly tough few days in Melbourne.
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