Honda: 'Verstappen's crash engine is working as normal'

30-07-2021 17:24 | Updated: 30-07-2021 17:46
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Honda: 'Verstappen's crash engine is working as normal'

Honda can be satisfied with Friday in Hungary. Max Verstappen's crash engine seems to be doing its job well and despite Tsunoda's crash, Alpha Tauri also seems to be in good shape.

"Apart from Yuki’s crash in FP1, which cost him most of FP2 track time, the day went smoothly for us. It was good to see that Max is not suffering any ill effects from the Silverstone crash and we were able to check that the PU that he used in the British GP weekend is working as normal", Toyoharu Tanabe said on Honda's official website.

"However, generally, there is still a lot of room for improvement and that’s what we will be working on now." Tomorrow will see the third free practice still before qualifying, where the teams can make their final adjustments.

Qualifying at Hungaroring tight

"Qualifying has been very close at most circuits this year and, as is always the case on a short track like the Hungaroring, the lap times will be even closer than usual, so we can expect a very tight battle for qualifying tomorrow", said Tanabe.

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