Pascal Wehrlein pulled back today from the Sauber group during the current end of the week’s season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne refering to a back issue. The German said he didn’t feel sufficiently fit for a total race separate as he recoups from a pre-season crash in January which constrained him to miss some testing at Barcelona. Today Match Prediction
He has been supplanted by the group’s third driver Antonio Giovinazzi, who is set to make his F1 make a big appearance in Sunday’s Melbourne race. “My wellness level is not as it ought to be for a full race remove in light of my preparation deficiency,” Wehrlein said.
“I disclosed the circumstance to the group the previous evening. Thusly, the Sauber F1 Team has chosen not to go out on a limb. It is a pity, however the best choice for the group.” Group chief Monisha Kaltenborn said the Swiss outfit did not have any desire to go out on a limb in front of the primary race.
“We have extraordinary regard of Pascal’s openness and demonstrable skill,” Kaltenborn said. “This choice was certainly not a simple one for him, it underlines his qualities as a cooperative person. The emphasis is presently on his wellness level, and in such a circumstance we don’t go for broke.” He added that Wehrlein wanted to be prepared for the second race of the year in China.