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Toro Rosso Head to Singapore ‘In A Positive Frame of Mind’ – Pierre Gasly

Pierre Gasly says there were plenty of positives to take away from the Italian Grand Prix despite Scuderia Toro Rosso failing to score any points at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Ahead of this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, Gasly says the race pace shown at Monza was strong, and it was only a run through the gravel trap, courtesy of a wayward Lance Stroll re-joining the track in his path, that prevented a top ten result in Italy. Gasly had started the race towards the back of the field thanks to a change of Honda power unit, but the spec-four that he used was an improvement on its predecessor, and the Frenchman hopes it can translate into a strong result this weekend at the Marina Bay...
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