Fernando Alonso’s experience triumphs over Sergio Perez’s speed, as stated by Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack.
During the Brazilian GP, Alonso showcased his knowledge and expertise, finishing 0.053 seconds ahead of Perez despite being in a supposedly slower car.
The battle between the two drivers intensified in the final laps, providing a thrilling end to the race, according to the Aston Martin team boss.
Both Alonso and Perez took unconventional racing lines to gain an advantage, creating an interesting dynamic on the track.
Alonso’s ability to keep a faster car behind him demonstrated his remarkable experience.
According to team boss Mike Krack, Alonso strategically adjusted his driving style in certain corners of the Interlagos circuit to minimize tire wear, allowing him to win the battle against Perez.
Krack acknowledges that Perez could have emerged victorious under different circumstances, emphasizing the unpredictable nature of racing.
Alonso executed a well-prepared overtaking maneuver in the first and second corners, ultimately surpassing Perez on the straight leading to the fourth bend, as described by Krack.