Hey Fred, Monza had such a rollercoaster of emotions. You’ve had a bit of time now to reflect on the weekend, how do you sum it up?
“Obviously we had the win on Saturday in the Sprint, which was very important for me, after two difficult Sundays in Spa and Zandvoort. I had lost a bit of momentum, so it was important for me to get that win and set myself up for the Feature, which is where the big points are awarded. I had a good car and I was ready to go for it on Sunday. One of my goals in Monza was to be able to leave having no regrets and knowing I’d not left anything on the table. I had a good lap one and was in P4. Obviously getting pushed off into the gravel and hitting the wall was never part of the plan. It was difficult for me to accept and still is, even a week on from it. The only thing that helped me was that I went for it, it wasn’t a passive move, it was aggressive. I wanted to win. When you take risks, there can be consequences. Sadly, this was a big consequence, but I am still glad I went for it.”