Top 10 Drivers’ Comments on the Final of the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix []

Comments from the top 10 drivers in the 2023 F1 World Championship Round 2 Saudi Grand Prix final. The winner was Sergio Perez, who started from pole position. Last season, in Jeddah, where a ill-timed safety car prevented them from winning the race, they took control of the race and won the race. 2nd place was followed by Max Verstappen, who recovered from 15th on the grid due to bad luck in qualifying, and Red Bull Racing achieved a one-two finish for the second consecutive race.

Winner: Sergio Perez (Red Bull) “It was a wicked race! I was able to build a gap to… until the safety car came in. Last season Jeddah came through my mind, after the safety car it was different than last year and when Max pushed towards the end we built the gap again. I’m glad we kept it up.Milton Keynes and everyone at the circuit have put together a really great car for us this season.I’m happy to be a part of this team that keeps pushing and delivering results and we I’m very proud of the team.It’s really great to be part of this team because they are working to a very high level.Of course we have to remember the fact that the season is still long but tonight is a great team. 2nd place: Max Verstappen (Red Bull) “The early part of the race was a bit tricky, with very low grip in the string of cars and it was difficult to follow the car in front. From a certain point on the situation. But I was able to calm down a bit and move up a position.The safety car helped a little bit.It was important to stay calm and go around the cars one by one.Basically second place today. “I was aiming for that. I was trying to recover as much as possible. If I had taken pole position in qualifying, things would have been very different. I was chasing the Czech Republic in the final stages of the race, but by the end of the race.” I knew it would be difficult to close the gap on him, and on the lap I tried to push back, I started to feel some vibrations, and I started to feel a little uneasy about the car. Sometimes it’s better to tell them we should, we have a very fast car and as a team we’re trying to make sure both cars are reliable, but we can do a better job. I think we want to have a trouble-free weekend in Melbourne and do the best we can.I’m happy with this season so far, but it’s a long one.”3rd: Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) Tonight. As a result, I’m satisfied with the second podium finish. We proved to be the second fastest team and we had a good pace during the race. It was my mistake on the grid position at the start, but I was able to push and improve the time. Coming into this weekend we weren’t sure where we were, so that’s good news for the next few races.I’m looking forward to next Australia.” 4th: George Russell (Mercedes) “It’s a satisfying feeling when you work hard and it pays off. Today we were able to finish ahead of the two Ferraris. I think we can perform much more from now on.There is still a big gap to Red Bull, but let’s take this weekend positively, keep fighting hard and focus on ourselves.It was an interesting race. After the safety car I was on the hard tyre, Lewis was behind me on the medium tyre, he had a little bit more pace in the early laps but I knew I would find my pace towards the end. Fernando deserves to be on the podium today and I’m happy with 4th.” 5th: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) “Today we scored some great points as a team… 7th to 5th. If qualifying was better, we could have had a better result.The set-up was the biggest problem this weekend.We failed in qualifying and in the race. It didn’t work out so we struggled today.We were aiming for a long run on the hard tyre, but the safety car forced us to pit.We managed to get the medium tyre to work. It was a long second stint, but we didn’t have the tire degradation we had in Bahrain.It’s great to beat the Ferraris into the top five.There’s a lot to work on, but we can learn from this weekend. There are some positives.” 6th: Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) “It was a tough Sunday. , we know the car is not where we want it at the moment, but we will keep pushing and I’m sure we can improve the situation.” 7th: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) “Today, no more. I didn’t have anything to extract from.The first stint on the soft was very good and I was able to push and gain a few positions.The safety car came out shortly after I changed to the hard, so unfortunately we had an advantage there. I couldn’t do it, the pace wasn’t as good as I thought it would be on the hard, so I’ll be on the train with Carlos for the rest of the race. became. We still have some issues with the race pace and we will push to be stronger in Australia.” 8th: Esteban Ocon (Alpine) “Overall, I would say it was a reasonable race for the team. The result reflects our performance in the race and eighth is the biggest result we could have achieved today, and having both cars in the points is definitely a positive, especially after Bahrain. But we can’t be completely satisfied with where we are right now.Our car has potential and we will continue to learn and develop to catch up with our rivals.We want to challenge the front of the grid and work hard to do that. Looking back on the weekend and reporting back, we now have our sights set on Australia and aim higher.” 9th: Pierre Gasly (Alpine) “Two points finishes in the first two races with the team. What I was able to do was…

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