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Despite two blunders of Lance Stroll: Williams in the upwind

Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 | Sports

01 September 2017 – 20:29
The Britons are targeting the Top 10 in the qualifying session at Monza, because the car has been working again and experiments with new parts on the FW40 have been successful

Lance Stroll is confident, even if he has a turn in the training

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(cafetheology.org) – After the first and second free practice session at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza, the Williams team is clearly on the up. Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll scored 10th and 15th place on Friday, which clearly exceeded the performance of the past few months – despite a gap of 1.579 and 1.997 seconds to the top. "We were more competitive and it looks a lot better this weekend than last weekend," the Canadian contented contentedly. Massa agrees to the team colleague and is looking forward to the high-speed train Monza, which seems to be playing Williams in the past : "I am confident that the car is stronger in Monza, and I am satisfied with the balance", the Brazilian has raised his thumbs – also due to some updates: "We have tried a few new body parts and other wings "After a few minutes, Stroll was back on the road to the last two races, as he himself admitted:" I had a good day, but on my fast lap in the second round Session, which was a bit frustrating, "he says. He points the way back to Massa in the day's overall classification. Paddy Lowe, WILLIAM's technician, also knows:" Lance drove had a brake pad in his Supersoft tire in the second practice and therefore could not drive his Longrun on this set. He had to concentrate on Soft. "Nevertheless, Stroll is on the top 10 of the starting grid on Saturday:" We can make it close to Q3 if we do not move in. "

    

          
          
          
          
            
              
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