"We will review the repair at Silverstone"

A spokesman for Aggregate Industries, a company that resurfaced the English layout, says they want to "understand the problems caused" by the water.

Until last Sunday, the last history of completely suspended races had been in Austria in 1980. In that case it was because the track woke up completely snowed. In the case of the British Grand Prix it was because the Silverstone asphalt could not properly drain the water from the rain that fell during the whole day and rafts were formed that prevented the integrity of the pilots.

Two Race Direction as well as own pilots decided that safety was paramount and the grand prize was suspended. The funny thing is that the English layout had been recently resurfaced and the participants of the grand prize said that now it was worse than last season. Thus, the blame went, logically, to the company in charge of said resurfacing, Aggregate Industries, that in statements to 'Crash.net' tries to excuse himself and claims to be trying to fix it.

"We are working closely with Silverstone and we will carry out a complete overhaul of the repair of runway in the coming days to better understand the problems caused by the extremely humid conditions on Sunday We will continue to make our resources available to to help our client during this difficult period, "said a spokesperson. the company.

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