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AlphaTauri reveal cause of Tsunoda's DNS

AlphaTauri have revealed a braking issue denied Yuki Tsunoda the chance to start the Italian Grand Prix. The team were in dreamland at their home race at Monza a year ago, Pierre Gasly claiming a shock first career victory. But the tables turned completely this time around with neither Gasly nor team-mate Tsunoda able to make it to the finish – or in Tsunoda's case take the start at all. Gasly began from the pit lane after taking his fourth new power unit of the season, but did not see the chequered flag. AlphaTauri's technical director, Jody Egginton, revealed Tsunoda was troubled by brake problems on his laps to the grid, with the team unable to find a fix in time for the race...
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