Tsunoda: Two years ago, I didn’t think I would drive an F1

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Tomorrow, Yuki Tsunoda will drive the AlphaTauri for the first time for tests in Imola. The team’s press office released a video of the Japanese rider’s visit to Faenza in mid-October when he went through a seat fit.

Yuki Tsunoda: “My name is Yuki Tsunoda, I am 20 years old, I compete in Formula 2 for Carlin. I am a member of the Red Bull youth program. I came to the AlphaTauri base to prepare the seat for Formula 1. “

Franz Toast, Team Leader: “Yuki is looking forward to the first time he gets behind the wheel of Formula 1, because this is a special moment for every driver. I’m sure he’ll do a great job. “

Yuki Tsunoda: “I got into a Formula 1 monocoque for the first time. Two years ago I couldn’t even imagine that! I will try to make the perfect seat and prepare for the tests in Imola.

I don’t think I will have to change my driving style – I need to attack from the first lap and enjoy the tests. The hardest part is getting comfortable with the steering wheel. “

Mattia Spini, Race Engineer: “At first, the steering wheel always scares the riders. But I can see that Yuki is determined to be successful. This is a plus. “



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