F1 for short |  The FIA ​​describes the finish behind the safety car

F1 for short | The FIA ​​describes the finish behind the safety car

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The FIA ​​describes the finish behind the safety car

The FIA ​​spokesperson has commented on the situation that emerged at the end of the race, finishing behind the safety car. This sparked a lot of criticism and so clarifications followed. “Despite every effort being made to recover car number 3 quickly and continue the race, the situation continued and the drivers failed to put the car in neutral and returned again escape route pushing,” said the spokesperson, who stresses that safety is important in all situations.

“Since the safety of the rescue is our only priority and the incident was not serious enough to require a red flag, the race ended under the safety car in accordance with the procedures agreed between the FIA ​​and all participants. The duration of the safety car phase within the race has no influence on this procedure.’

Verstappen fans being harassed by Ferrari supporters at Monza

Max Verstappen fans have been harassed by Ferrari supporters, according to pictures circulating on social media. For example, Ferrari fans are reportedly going around the stands asking people with Verstappen merchandise to remove it. Verstappen’s helmets, for example, are not appreciated by some tifosi. It is unclear if the rangers on the trail will do anything about it.

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Eighth starting position gives dream about World Cup points in De Vries

Nyck de Vries was perhaps the surprise of Saturday’s race weekend at Monza. He can fill in at Williams for Alexander Albon this weekend and immediately made an impression. With a few laps in the third free practice and qualifying, he immediately put his teammate Nicholas Latifi in thirteenth. Due to the penalties of other drivers, De Vries will start tomorrow from the eighth position.

“The eighth starting position makes me happy,” the Dutchman says Telegraph. “I hope to get a good start to the race and build the race from there. I haven’t been able to race for a long time in this car, but if everything goes well I can dream of World Cup points.”

80 Dutch people stopped building illegal stands at Monza

On Friday, Italian police stopped 80 Dutch people from building an illegal stadium at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, reports said. La Gazetta dello Sport. The goal was to set up a booth near Turn 2. The fans, some of whom were drunk, even set up all the equipment. Police seized construction materials, scaffolding and pipes. It is not known if any arrests have been made.

Pirelli: ‘The compounds are working as we expected’

After the first day in Monza, Pirelli is satisfied with the performance of the compounds, the hard tire, the medium tire and the soft tire, which they have brought to Italy. “The compounds are working as we expected,” said Pirelli engineer Simone Berra Pirelli press release. “The evolution will come as it is a challenge for the team to find the right balance between compounds and tire damage. The performance difference between the tires is low, which was also expected.’ According to Pirelli, Monza is an interesting track because of the straight performance, so the handling and cornering performance are not so important.

Jos Verstappen takes part in the Porsche race at the TT Circuit Assen

Jos Verstappen will compete in the Porsche Sprint Benelux at the TT Circuit Assen this weekend. His team GP Elite announces this through the official way. It is the eleventh exit for the former Formula 1 driver, who also competed in the World Rally Championship in Belgium earlier this summer.

Pérez is happy that ‘sausage rolls’ have been removed from Monza

Sergio Pérez is happy that the sausage rolls, the higher edges, have been removed from Monza. The Red Bull Racing driver doesn’t think Formula 1 took too long to do. “A few years ago we already saw how dangerous they can be,” Pérez says Car games. “Fortunately, nothing serious ever happened, but it is good that they have left now. They can cause serious accidents.’

Formula 1 to hold a minute’s silence for the death of Queen Elizabeth II

Formula 1 will hold a minute’s silence before the first free practice at Monza this weekend because of the death of the Queen of England, it is known. Race to report. Queen Elizabeth II died today. More than half of those teams are British or based in the UK.

Many teams and drivers have sent their condolences to the royal family through their social media channels, along with the FIA. “Formula 1 sends its condolences to the royal family and the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth,” Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said. A minute’s silence is also expected to be held before Sunday’s race.

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Gasly is ill and is skipping media duties on doctor’s advice

Pierre Gasly will not hold a press conference on Thursday. The AlphaTauri team said on Twitter that the French driver is ill and that doctors have advised against fulfilling his media obligations. So it remains to be seen if Gasly will get in his car this weekend to drive the Italian Grand Prix. In 2020 the AlphaTauri driver won at Monza.

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Danner: ‘Red Bull can keep the champagne cold’

Former Formula 1 driver Christian Danner thinks Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing could be in for a party. The world champion leads by 109 points over Charles Leclerc and Sergio Pérez. Who else can overtake Verstappen? No one’, the German is quoted as saying Speed ​​Week. “Red Bull may soon start putting champagne in the fridge.” With a lot of luck, Verstappen may already be the champion in Singapore, but the first place seems to come in Japan.

Reports of sexual misconduct also in Zandvoort

During the Dutch Grand Prix, reports were also received of sexually violent behavior. There are currently fifteen reports that have been received by Svenja Tillemans, founder of Formula 1 Women. Some women would have their buttocks or breasts pinched and fans of drivers other than Max Verstappen would also be given beer. However, there is currently no report to the police, according to Today Inside.

Horner denies rumors of leaving Red Bull

Christian Horner denied leaving Red Bull Racing. During the Dutch Grand Prix weekend, rumors arose that the Briton would be replaced if the deal with Porsche ends before 2026. “There are always wild rumors in the paddock,” Horner said. Racing fans. “I recently made a long-term commitment to this team and in fact all the discussions we’ve had have been based on the same management structure that’s always been agreed upon. So I don’t need to comment on wild rumours.”