Sept.08 – Renault GP’s new driver Bruno Senna says he ready to fight for Italian GP with much more positive mood following a fantastic start at Spa.
Senna replaced Nick Heidfeld at Renault, and he returned to aggressive race at Spa for Belgium GP. Senna had a very good qualifying, finishing in seventh, but a mistake at the start of the race compromised his chances and he went on to finish in 13th.
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“Of course in Spa I didn’t know what to expect in terms of the competitiveness, but it was extremely encouraging that I managed to develop my pace quickly, and work with the team well,” Senna added. I have a strong working relationship with the engineers, and I am eager to get into the cockpit in Monza because I feel more confident heading into this race. As with any sport, miles on the clock and experience instil confidence in oneself.”
“I know the car much better now. I’m more familiar with the tendencies the car has, and I understand the direction we can take it. I’m looking forward to working closely with the engineers to devise solutions on where we can strengthen our approach.” He said.
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