Perhaps predictably, Fernando Alonso isn’t too worried by his shock Q1 exit and lowly grid position for tomorrow’s Malaysian Grand Prix, as he expects an incident-filled race tomorrow.
With more rain forecast for tomorrow’s race, Fernando isn’t overly concerned about his grid position.
“The race is tomorrow, not today, and tomorrow a lot of things will happen, so the starting position is just an anecdote,” he told reporters.
“With this race schedule at the the time when it always rains, tomorrow will be a race with a lot of changes, so all we need to do is give it all and try to recover a lot of positions,” he added.
“When it rains, weird things happen and the [race] turns into a lottery."
[Original image via GP Update]
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