Bourdais: “It’s better to laugh about it”

Published on 07/05/2009 à 19:34

Pierre Tassel

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Sébastien Bourdais will start in 17th position in the Grand Prix of F1 of Great Britain. While he set out to improve his reference time, the pilot Toro Rosso saw the session stopped due to Adrian Sutil?s spectacular accident. Questioned on TF1, the Frenchman seemed disillusioned:
« It's better to laugh about it. It's becoming distressing. We did a “not bad job” all weekend. We had found set-ups that made us less “out of control”. The car was capable of getting through to Q2, I had a three-tenths lead leaving Club on my fast lap. It had to go into Q2, I was going to set a good time, I could still gain time. And then the red flag came to stop me? Starting 13th or 14th, why not. But there, 17th? Overtaking here is not impossible, but it is almost as difficult as in Monaco. So the race will be difficult. »

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