Scott Redding was a bit farther back than he would want to be in today’s Qualifying for the Aragon GP, limited by the lack of grip and finishing qualifying in twenty-first place (with a time of 1’49.303) and he will start from the seventh row tomorrow.
“Unfortunately, we weren’t able to solve all of our problems today. Especially in qualifying, I really struggled with rear grip and that is a situation that doesn’t change much between the various available tyre compounds. Given the characteristics of the circuit, struggling in braking and acceleration means losing a lot of time. I don’t expect any revolutions from now to the race, tomorrow it will be hard.”
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