Remy Gardner determined to bounce back after difficult Qualifying day
Remy Gardner endured a challenging afternoon in Qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix, yet he remains fully focused for the battle tomorrow, which he will start from the ninth row of the grid.
Gardner fell just metres before his teammate at the beginning of the session, but once he returned to the track, he pushed onwards and eventually finished with a lap time that left him 0.883 from the second row.
Position: 25th – Time: 1’30.738 – Laps: 14
“I can’t hide my disappointment with the qualifying today, especially because I was confident that I could get a good grid position. I had a strange crash on the first lap at turn 1 and to be honest, I can’t explain why this happened. As a result, we were on the back foot from the start and we couldn’t quite turn it around. There is definitely some work to do for tomorrow, but nevertheless, I am still determined and I’ll do my very best to close the weekend in a positive way.”