In Photos: Red Bull Junior Team visit Macau

Reaction and photos featuring Antonio Felix da Costa, Carlos Sainz Jr and Tom Blomqvist in Macau.

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There was early trouble for Tom Blomqvist in Macau
There was early trouble for Tom Blomqvist in Macau

There was early trouble for Tom Blomqvist in Macau

Tom described the qualifying race in Macau as “eventful” after he stalled on the start line at was hit by Harry Tincknell.

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Tom Blomqvist makes his move
Tom Blomqvist makes his move

Tom Blomqvist makes his move

Tom recovered from his result in qualifying to finish in the top 10 - “I tried to stay out of trouble and passed a couple of cars, getting me to eighth”

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Breaking bad for Tom Blomqvist
Breaking bad for Tom Blomqvist

Breaking bad for Tom Blomqvist

“I had a massive lock up that really badly damaged the front tire. After that I was really slow. It was a bit difficult for the last couple of laps but thankfully I brought the car home.” - Tom Blomqvist

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Electro-pop for Carlos Sainz Jr
Electro-pop for Carlos Sainz Jr

Electro-pop for Carlos Sainz Jr

“We had a really good pace for the whole weekend, but a failure of the electronics during qualifying held us in the back.” – Carlos Sainz Jnr

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A view of the action
A view of the action

A view of the action

“We did our maximum and we recovered a lot of places to finish in P7. That is not a result that I want, but we could not do much more really.” - Carlos Sainz Jnr

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Sainz Jr comes home seventh
Sainz Jr comes home seventh

Sainz Jr comes home seventh

“We’ve done all that we could and we’ve been very fast the whole weekend, so I want to thank the team for giving me a really good car.” - Carlos Sainz Jnr

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Make way for the reigning champ
Make way for the reigning champ

Make way for the reigning champ

António Félix da Costa put himself in with a shout of retaining his Macau title with a fourth place finish in the qualifying race.

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António on the attack
António on the attack

António on the attack

The Red Bull Junior Team driver got past Pipo Derani to take second with Alex Lynn winning the Macau Grand Prix from pole.

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Staying on the gas
Staying on the gas

Staying on the gas

“I’ve been happy throughout the weekend. We haven’t been in the top spot, but we’ve been close the whole weekend.” - António Félix da Costa

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