26/11/2019

Anthoine Hubert: Daniel Ricciardo says he had doubts about racing after Frenchman’s death


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By Andrew Benson
Chief F1 author
Daniel Ricciardo says he had doubts about rushing in the Grand Prix.
Hubert died Saturdayafterwards Formula 1 qualifying ended.
Renault driver Ricciardo stated:”You wonder:’Is it really worthwhile?’
“Yeah, it’s our job and it’s our livelihood and it is our own life, but also it is still only racing cars around in circles.”
Hubert crashed at the notorious Raidillon corner, the end of the Eau Rouge swerves that were celebrated at the peak of the hill, that F1 automobiles take at more than 180mph.
Rush winner Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, who had understood Hubert since youth, admitted that it had been”a significant struggle to shut the visor and proceed through this specific same corner in the exact same speed you do the day before – but that is exactly what you need to do in the ending”.
And the 21-year-old admitted it had been”very hard” to enjoy his first F1 win at the conditions.
Ricciardo stated that he was”thankful the race was over”.
The 30-year-old Australian stated:”I understand, weirdly enough, the very best way we could kind of show our admiration is to race, however I don’t believe some of us actually wanted to be here, or wished to race – at the least, I’m speaking for myself, however I am sure I’m not the only one.
“It was not hard. It was difficult to be here and try to put on a brave face for everybody.
“I understand a lot of people in the paddock are really hurting. I think everybody’s relieved it’s done and we can move on from here and it’s the last time this stuff occurs.”
The Lando Norris, that lost fifth area if his engine failed on the last lap of mcLaren, stated he had had doubts.
“I didn’t feel good ahead of the race,” said Norris. “What occurred on Saturday could happen to any of us. It may have been me racing in Formula 2. It starts shaking you, when you feel like this.
“Perhaps some folks today consider it better than others, but I did not take it too well.
“In the close of the afternoon, my job will be to race for the team. Move on, I need to live my entire life and do things that sometimes I don’t want to do. In exactly the same moment I felt sorry for everybody involved, although I wanted to race. I do not even like talking about it.
“He was a racer like we all have been but he was just the unfortunate man. It was quite surprising, and something which is so rare, but in the identical time it could happen in Formula 1″
Governing body that the FIA has established an investigation.
Race director Michael Masi said:”Safety is ever evolving. Once different technology become available materials become available, safety is an ever evolving process. For me it is.
“I’ve said it before and I’ll repeat it: Safety is one of the core pillars of the FIA, a part of why they exist. This was something that just won’t stop. We are going to continue to investigate and look at things and improve items as best we could.”
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“I understand a lot of people in the paddock are really hurting. I think everybody’s relieved it’s done and we can move on from here and it’s the last time this stuff occurs.”
The Lando Norris, that lost fifth area if his engine failed on the last lap of mcLaren, stated he had had doubts.
“I didn’t feel good ahead of the race,” said Norris. “What occurred on Saturday could happen to any of us. It may have been me racing in Formula 2. It starts shaking you, when you feel like this.
“Perhaps some folks today consider it better than others, but I did not take it too well.
“In the close of the afternoon, my job will be to race for the team. Move on, I need to live my entire life and do things that sometimes I don’t want to do. In exactly the same moment I felt sorry for everybody involved, although I wanted to race. I do not even like talking about it.
“He was a racer like we all have been but he was just the unfortunate man. It was quite surprising, and something which is so rare, but in the identical time it could happen in Formula 1″
Governing body that the FIA has established an investigation.
Race director Michael Masi said:”Safety is ever evolving. Once different technology become available materials become available, safety is an ever evolving process. For me it is.
“I’ve said it before and I’ll repeat it: Safety is one of the core pillars of the FIA, a part of why they exist. This was something that just won’t stop. We are going to continue to investigate and look at things and improve items as best we could.”
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