After a few very difficult raceweekends hopes Stoffel Vandoorne in Hungary a better result so that our fellow countryman with a good feeling towards the summer break. The first race after that is after all his home race at the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps.
“I like really to at the Hungaroring to drive,” says Vandoorne forward to this coming race weekend. “It is a great circuit and fun to drive. The circulation consists of many short and quick pieces combined with slower turns and only one real straight. So it is a nice mix of all sorts of elements.”
Vandoorne already has some experience on the Hungaroring, although this is of course no guarantee on a successful weekend in the Formula 1.
“I know the circuit fairly well, I got there in the GP2 won and I look forward to hopefully a positive weekend to know that we recently knew.”
“Even though we achieved in Germany is not the result that we had hoped for, after such a dramatic weekend with changing weather conditions, and almost to give up with the car, it was good to have during the race to make the right decisions and still as thirteenth to finish the race.”
As in the past raceweekends hopes Vandoorne that the structural problems with his McLaren MCL33 solved, which prevent Vandoorne, in effect, to be competitive, both during the qualifying and the race.
“I hope that we, in Hungary, progress can continue to book, especially with the summer break that is coming up. I have spent the past races really experienced problems with my car and I know the team very hard work to deal with these problems to understand so we can fix it and re-attack.”
“The Hungarian GP is in the heat and the properties of the circuit is always a big challenge. We have to keep pushing and working hard so that we, hopefully, progress books,” decided Vandoorne.
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