Horner after qualifying in Singapore: 'Should be an interesting race'
Published on 21 September 2019 by Bryan van Berlo
Christian Horner, team principal of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, reflects after today's qualifying session for the Singapore Grand Prix: “After both Alex and Max progressed easily through Q1 and Q2 Ferrari found some incredible pace on their first run in Q3 which looked very difficult to beat. Max was able to improve on his second run but unfortunately, with Hamilton also improving Max dropped from P3 to P4 and will start on the second row of the grid.”
“Alex has built on a positive weekend to qualify P6 which is his career best qualifying and is a good effort for his first time here in Singapore. We had hoped to be higher up the order for tomorrow's race, but it wasn't to be. A lot can happen on a street circuit, as we have seen here before, so it should be an interesting Grand Prix tomorrow evening.”