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Tsunoda apologises to AlphaTauri after getting "too excited" ahead of Imola crash

Ewan Gale Saturday 17 April 2021 15:40 Yuki Tsunoda has issued an apology to his AlphaTauri team after crashing out of qualifying for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The Japanese rookie lost control of his AT02 at the Variante Alta on his first flying lap, bringing a halt to the session after causing extensive damage to the rear of the car after hitting the tyre barriers. Article continues under video Tsunoda revealed he was happy with the lap up until that point and took full responsibility for the mistake. "I was pushing too much on entry," Tsunoda told Sky Sports F1. "To be honest, until then the lap felt great actually. "It was potentially easy to go through Q1 with...
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