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... Scott Redding lines up on seventh row of the Aragon grid

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.

SCOTT REDDING
“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.”