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AlphaTauri unsure of cause for Monza double-DNF

AlphaTauri were left to watch from the TV screens as both cars failed to make the start of their home race, the Italian Grand Prix. Pierre Gasly was set to start from the pit lane after taking a fourth power unit for the season, but would report a problem during his lap to the grid. The issue proved terminal, meaning his Italian Grand Prix at Monza was over before it had even started, a venue where he claimed victory on his previous visit in 2020. But further heartache was to follow, with Yuki Tsunoda in the other AlphaTauri also unable to take the start, marking a double-DNF before the action had even begun. Gasly said he was not yet sure what the problem was, but confirmed it was too...
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