I would say it was it was definitely a missed opportunity. By the time I pitted I was 11th, which was a pretty tough call to make at that at that point, with some people pitting and then they came out and did some good lap times, just around the time when when I was due to pit.
The times of people on new tyres were looking good, so it was attractive to pit as well. Some people continued and had good races like, I think, Perez and Hamilton and maybe Ocon or Ricciardo at least.
So I think if we’d stayed out, it could have been a chance but I don’t know. For our season this year, it was a very good opportunity, for sure.
"e;Currently in F1, the championship promoter is responsible for transporting the top-level panels to each race but then removes them for the next one, meaning that other events on those circuits do not have access to this safety technology. The new requirement will mean that every championship competing on these circuits will have access to F1 levels of safety technology."
"In letters to the Formula 1 world champion shown to the Guardian, the three current and former political prisoners praise his commitment to pursuing equality, anti-racism and human rights causes and ask that he uses his position as F1’s most recognised and successful driver to bring their plight to a wider audience."
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