Confirm Aston Martin’s winning ambition as Dan Fallows reflects in the first few months

Aston Martin Technical Director Dan Fallows gave his thoughts and thoughts on his first few months with the team.

The Silverstone-based team is very ambitious and hopeful that the coming years will see them climb the field and challenge for race victories and, ultimately, championships in time.

There has been a lot of investment in the team, from a new plant being built to a serious recruitment drive for some of F1’s brightest and best minds, while the capture of Fernando Alonso for next season also speaks volumes. .

Fallows is enjoying himself so far, having spent time recently playing a part in a lot red balls Success in years past, and that’s something he wants to try and bring to Aston.

Aston Martin’s ambition

Speaking at the “Undercut” feature on his official website, Fallows explained the motivation for joining the project on the team:

“I wanted a new challenge. The most rewarding time of my career was when I faced a challenge, and I kept beating that challenge.

“It’s not just about the challenge, although it’s the opportunity to be part of something that goes from being something mediocre to something amazing. There is serious ambition in Aston Martin F1 – from Lawrence Stroll at the top, in the right way through the entire team.”

In fact, it’s clear that there are a lot of resources at Aston and more being pumped into their quest for glory, and that Fallows loves the freedom he’s been given to try and build a successful team:

“To be asked to join the team on its journey, but also given the resources I have, is very exciting. It’s very exciting when someone puts that level of trust in you, when they basically say, ‘Here’s the Formula One team, turn it into what You want, get the people you want, run it the way you want it, make it work – make your mark.

MONZA, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 09: Dutchman Nick de Vries drives the (34) Aston Martin AMR22 Mercedes in Pitlane during practice before the Italian F1 Grand Prix at Autodromo Nazionale Monza on September 09, 2022 in Monza, Italy. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

“I accepted this challenge because I felt that things could be done differently. It’s not about doing things the Red Bull way, or the Mercedes way, or the Ferrari way. It’s about finding a better way – the Aston Martin way.

“If you stay in the same place and you’re successful, you keep doing the same thing – and that gets kind of boring.”

Success and winning don’t happen overnight in Formula 1, but the building blocks for making that happen seem to be being laid at Aston and the excitement from Fallows and the other team members is clear.

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