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GP Week : Issue 204
Apart from the problems affecting the Red Bull team, sister outfirt Toro Rosso also ultimately had a day to forget, despite Danii Kvyatt’s superb qualifying performance. "I 'm obviously disappointed with how today turned out, especially because everything was working so well this weekend and it seemed like a promising race,” reported Kvyatt. “Our pace was strong, our updates and also tyre management worked well. The start was difficult, I lost a few positions but I managed to get a position back. From then on I was able to push hard and it looked like we could have a strong result. Around lap 26 I saw my rear right tyre blow up and I was forced to stop.” Team boss Franz Tost concurred: “starting from seventh position and not finishing the race is quite disappointing. We have to investigate the problem on Daniil's rear right suspension, as well as the brake problem on Jean-eric's car. “Generally speaking the car showed a solid performance in Qualifying and now we have work hard to transfer this also into a strong race result. It is a real shame that we were not able to do so here at the Red Bull Ring and in front of all the Red Bull family, but we are hopeful that we can come back stronger at the next race in silverstone.” Home race blues 31 GPWEEK.com // 31 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRIA PARTNERS: