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again trouble around Nikita Masepin: This time the racer from Russia has pulled the. For in qualifying to the USA-Grand Prix 2021 in Austin ( ), felt equipped in the fast S-curves of Masepin. A penalty but there was no.
at 'Sky' Warb Haas team boss Günther Steiner then for understanding: Masepin knew that Vettel approached from behind. "But nobody can dissolve in air," says Steiner. "You have to stand somewhere, even if you're overtaken."
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and Masepin had a serious stand on Saturday in Austin: neither in the third free workout nor qualifying the Haas driver brought a decent round, usually shot beyond the tracklimits in curve 9 and curve 19 and lost its times. Only in the last attempt in Q1 Masepin brought a time over the line.
"The round in the end was not so bad," says Steiner. "Considering that he has not yet got any other round, that was quite good."masepin: dense ton as other than Schumacher
"quite good" in numbers means: 0,297 seconds slower than teammate Mick Schumacher, who took ahead of Masepin P19.
But: In fact, Masepin was, namely at the first race in Spielberg. Otherwise his residue was (clearly) larger if both Haas drivers were started.
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Schumacher, in turn, is not completely satisfied with his qualifying appearance in Austin. He had to go to the scales at short notice. "That made us a bit of a stroke by the bill," he explains at 'Sky'. And Steiner says: "That's just the circumstances. But I'm pretty happy with the time of Mick, though he is not happy."Schumacher: Tire temperature in the basement
Schumacher missed in Q1 only 0.188 seconds on the Alfa Romeo of Kimi Raikkonen. To progress in the second round of qualifying, however, he would have to find six tenths. So much was probably not in the Haas VF-21.
or yet? Schumacher refers to the tire temperature, which had no longer fitted after visiting the scales: "Then just things happen as in the last sector, where you can not drive on and the tire temperatures simply drop off. And then the car just does not feel anymore So on how it should be. "
The Pirelli tires in the last attempt had simply "too cold", Schumacher continues. "That means catching the tires to slip and the temperature shoots through the ceiling." Ideally, his round was not 1: 36,499 minutes so.
Schumacher and Masepin but benefit fromand set up some positions accordingly.
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