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Sainz explains mistake in Monaco: 'compensate for the frustration'

Carlos Sainz started from the second row in the Monaco Grand Prix but finished behind his teammate. The Ferrari driver ended up two places behind his teammate and only scored four points for his efforts. The Spanish driver is left questioning the Ferrari strategy but ultimately knows his own mistakes cost him.  Article continues under ad Ferrari strategy  There has been confusion over the Ferrari radio in the past. Once again in Monaco, the Ferrari pit crew were coming in and out of the garage, suggesting they weren't sure when to pit Sainz. He had some front-wing damage, but they decided against fixing this. In the end, Sainz became one of the first drivers to pit on the hard tyres. ...
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