Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Commentary gesture of Alonso and Sainz when the Spanish anthem is played in Barcelona

Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix celebrated its 33rd edition this weekend. Before the eighth Formula 1 race of the season, the Spanish anthem was played. It was an especially emotional moment for the two Spaniards on the grid: Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz. The duo starred in a highly commented image on the Catalan track of Montmelo while the hymn was played on the piano. Cheered on from the stands, they both listened to him with their arms around each other. This moment did not go unnoticed on social networks, where it was highly appreciated.

Alonso and Sainz thus reflect on the on-track scuffle at Albert Park in Australia when the Madrid man overtook the Spaniard. Overall, it was not his best race despite running at home: Alonso was only able to climb one position and finished seventh; Sainz, who started from second position, finished fifth. Max Verstappen once again found himself aboard Red Bull with his 40th win in Formula 1.

Classification, ‘Achilles Heel’

After the test, Alonso said that he left Barcelona “happy”, as the time trial was the sore point of the entire weekend. The Spaniard damaged the flat bottom of his Aston Martin in the gravel, going off course at the last of fourteen corners during Q1, the first round of qualifying which has since been compromised and in which he finished ninth. “I’m happy because the time trial was the worst of the whole weekend. You can make deductions after starting so far back, but up to a point. And both Russell and Checo were faster than us today, so it wasn’t that much. What to do”, he explained to the frog.

Oviedo sends a message to the next race: “And in Canada we’ll take more things.” The North American GP will be held in Montreal over the weekend. “And also in Silverstone (England, Great Britain). I think everything will depend on who makes the improvements,” he said.

The double world champion from Asturias replied: “Even with a normal time trial we (Englishman Lewis) could start on the same level as Hamilton (Mercedes, who was second this Sunday) and our Will still have a better chance.” This Sunday in Montmelo. “With a normal time trial and with a normal floor, you end up on the front row and you still finish the race third or fourth,” said the Spaniard.

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