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Sainz issues apology after Monaco ‘miscalculation'

Carlos Sainz has offered an apology to Ferrari after hitting a wall in practice for the Monaco GP Carlos Sainz has apologised to Ferrari after hitting a wall late in practice that undermined an eye-catching performance ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix. Runner-up in the last two races around the Principality, Sainz made a respectable start in FP1 by topping the session by 0.338s ahead of fellow Spanish driver Fernando Alonso in his Aston Martin. The second hour-long run, in which soft tyres were finally used for the first time, emerged as a three-way battle between Sainz, team-mate Charles Leclerc and reigning F1 champion Max Verstappen in his Red Bull. It was a scrap at the end of which...
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