F1: “Ferrari has failed again”

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Le Figaro: “Through Pierre Gasly, France is back at the top of Formula One. Who would have thought that the French could celebrate a new F1 race winner on September 6, 2020? More than 24 years after Olivier Panis’ success in Monaco in May 1996, the French national anthem resounded at the Italian Grand Prix, full of twists and turns and tension. ”


The Republic: “A double dropout from Ferrari in Monza, which hasn’t happened since 1995. After the catastrophic time trial, the Maranello team failed again, just like the previous grand prize. ”
Corriere dello Sport: “A nightmare for Ferrari: a double knockout in Monza. Heroic from Gasly. The Italian Grand Prix was incredible! ”

Great Britain

The Guardian: “Frenchman Pierre Gasly, the Italian Grand Prix winner, reacted emotionally, in disbelief, yet ecstatically and proudly experienced the success. In contrast, Lewis Hamilton’s seemingly certain victory took a moment, and with that we all learned a lesson in the fact that motorsport and motorsport can sometimes be cruel. ”
Daily Mirror: “In fact, Lewis Hamilton’s punishment paved the way for surprise winner Pierre Gasly of France, who presented his home team AlphaTauri with an incredible triumph in Monza.”
The Telegraph: “Hamilton’s mistake created the opportunity to see the best race of the year in Monza, where a sport that has been increasingly bored recently has gained new momentum.”


The vanguard: “Carlos Sainz was within easy reach of his first Formula One victory of his career. The Madrid driver caught up with Pierre Gasly, who reaped the first F1 success of his career in a crazy race. ”
Brand: “Carlos Sainz was close to heaven. In Monza he still achieved the best result of his career so far, becoming the fourth Spanish driver after Alfonso de Portago, Fernando Alonso and Pedro de la Rosa to finish at least second in a Formula One race. It was an unforgettable day at a unique venue for car racing, the Sanctuary of Speed, where Sainz was able to keep rivals away from him. ”
AS: “Bittersweet podium for Carlos Sainz. Who would have thought that the second place at the Italian Grand Prix, the second podium place of his career, would only be considered a success for half a year? Monza brought a crazy, incredible race, the Madrid driver was brilliant, but September 6, 2020, became the day Pierre Gasly reaped the first Formula 1 victory of his life with AlphaTauri. ”


Courier: “After twenty laps, all indications were that Lewis Hamilton would be the winner at the end of a boring race. The defending champion raced confidently in the lead, but then suddenly everything changed. At the end of an eventful, historic grand prize, AlphaTauri, a former Toro Rosso stable, was delighted with the first race victory of its French driver, Pierre Gasly. ”

Source: MTI

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