Aston Martin teases ‘something big’ for Canada to rival Mercedes upgrades
Aston Martin team boss, Mike Krack, has responded to the team’s lackluster performance in Spain by confirming that upgrades are on their way for the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix. Following their failure to secure a podium finish at their home race in Barcelona, driver Fernando Alonso remained optimistic, asserting that such a result would not be repeated and that Spain marked Aston Martin’s “last race without podiums.”
However, Mercedes’ recent unveiling of their B-spec W14 has raised the stakes, presenting formidable competition for the final spot on the podium. In Spain, it was Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell who capitalized on an off-weekend for Sergio Perez, securing second and third place respectively behind race winner Max Verstappen.