Рено за Австрия


Нико Хюлкенберг:
Austria is always such a welcoming event with a very relaxed atmosphere and usually a lot of German fans who make the trip over the border. Now that Germany is back on the calendar, it’s not quite a home race for me, but last year it certainly felt a little bit like that! Spielberg is a unique race on the calendar, because it’s so quiet, in the middle of nowhere, with hills, lots of fields and cows. It’s a very pretty scene. It makes a welcome change to the usual Grand Prix circuit.
Карлос Сайнц:
Spielberg is not an easy lap to get through, even though it’s nine corners long. There are elevation changes, as you go up the hills and back down again, high kerbs which will break the car if you hit them too hard and a variety of corner lengths and speeds. There are plenty of things to keep you on guard. The circuit has a lot of grip and is quite a smooth surface, so that makes things slightly easier.
Сирил Абитбул:
There is no time to dwell on our third double-points finish in a row as we move on to Spielberg. Back-to-back races are always challenging, but we know what to expect and we will be aiming to carry the momentum shown in France into Austria and then onward to England. Austria certainly won’t be as busy as France off track, but the core sporting job remains, and there is a lot more hard work to put in if we are to tighten the grip on fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship.


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