Tough day for Audi in Marrakesh

Posted on 14. Jan, 2018 by in Audi Canada

“This was not a day currently and not a outcome that would have been possible,” pronounced Team Principal Allan McNish. “We had quick cars though Lucas’ competition was over distant too early following a technical emanate that we still need to analyze. Almost during a same time, Daniel had a collision with Alex Lynn that was a racing collision in my view. He perceived a drive-through nevertheless. Even after that, he was still using clever though a full march yellow cost him 35 seconds and deprived him of all chances.”

The dual giveaway use sessions in a morning showed what would have been probable for Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler in Marrakesh. In event one, Lucas di Grassi set a best time and in event two, both Audi e-tron FE04 cars with Daniel Abt and Lucas di Grassi were during a front of a field. Qualifying started in a earnest approach as well. Although Lucas di Grassi had to go out on lane in a adverse initial group, in 2nd position, he managed to validate for a “Super Pole” of a 5 fastest. However, from that impulse on, Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler was out of fitness in North Africa.

Daniel Abt was on march for a best time in subordinate when he was forced to finish his path due to another driver’s accident. The German was authorised to repeat his path though afterwards usually had one instead of dual warm-up laps and, as a result, had to settle for grid position eight. Lucas di Grassi began his Super Pole path with a clever initial zone though was subsequently slowed by a technical issue. 

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