McLaren team boss Eric Boullier is convinced that the Circuit Paul Ricard guarantor will stand for exciting races and spectacle for the fans.
The Frenchman was part of a small group of people that have made there return a GP of France on the calendar. The last time that took place was in 2008, at the circuit of Magny-Cours.
“I am happy and proud to return to the Circuit Paul Ricard where, for the first time in nearly thirty years back a Grand Prix of France will be organised,” said Boullier. “It is for all parties involved is a work of love and I am grateful that I have been privileged to be part of the process of getting the race back on the calendar to get.”
Facilities are among the best in the world
“I have every confidence that the facilities are among the best of all the circuits that we visit will include. The organisers would also be content with everything here came to the circuit in his honor to restore, something that a lot of memories from the sport evokes in so many people.”
If we see the prestige of the event, and flip to the sunny surroundings and the challenging layout of the Paul Ricard would that according to Boullier to ensure an exciting and pleasant weekend.
“We have come a long way since our campaign started, but it was worth it. I think that here we have potential for a good race next weekend. Additionally, we again have a Grand Prix to greet at a place with a rich history such as France, that is also fine. I hope, therefore, that this is a fantastic destination for fans to visit.”
Challenging and exciting
“The design of the circuit is no easy feat and it will be both challenging and exciting for the engineers and the riders.”
What the chances of his own team McLaren look Boullier opportunities to do better after a disappointing performance at the GP of Canada.
“We must now concentrate on the reliability after our recent series of quizzes. We have worked hard to get our problems of Canada to understand and we hope also in France, what more to show on the circuit,” concludes the team boss of the belgian Stoffel Vandoorne.
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