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Senna happy to got off the mark for Renault

The 27-year-old Brazilian finished ninth in his second outing for the team after replacing German Nick Heidfeld last month.
Monday, September 12, 2011

MONZA, Sept 11, 2011 (AFP) - Bruno Senna breathed a sigh of relief on Sunday when he scored his first Formula One points for Renault in the Italian Grand Prix.

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The 27-year-old Brazilian nephew of the legendary three-times champion Ayrton Senna finished ninth in his second outing for the team after replacing German Nick Heidfeld last month.

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Senna started 10th, lost places at the start and then recovered to deliver a solid result for the team. "I'm happy to score my first F1 points today (Sunday), especially as it was only my second race for the team," he said.

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"Although I started 10th, it was not been an easy job to finish ninth. We suffered some bad luck in the first corner -- everybody was cutting the chicane which forced me to drive on the outside and in the process I lost all the places I had fought so hard for in qualifying.

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"It makes me very happy to know that I am able to put myself in the position of scoring points and also to fight with the guys who have been doing this for a long time.

"The pace of the car was clear for all to see, but I wish the race was just one lap longer because I may have been able to pass Paul (Di Resta) for eighth.

"The team chose a great strategy. The tyre was fast enough where I needed it to be and I am very happy to get my name on the points board. The team did a great job and I am really looking forward to Singapore."

Senna's Renault team-mate Russian Vitaly Petrov - who wore a black helmet out of respect for the Lokotmotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey players killed in a plane crash earlier this week - was eliminated from the race by the first corner collision.

"Naturally I am very disappointed with what happened today," he said.

"I had a reasonable start and, as I was heading into the first chicane, (Italian) Vitantonio Liuzzi's Hispania car came from nowhere and hit me big time, which brought my race to an end. "There's nothing I could have done to avoid this.. I'm happy not to be injured, as the impact was quite strong and it could have been a nasty accident."

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