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Carlos Sainz breaks his silence amid Red Bull cheating accusations

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz has rejected claims that Red Bull is facing a sudden crisis at the Singapore Grand Prix, despite the team's challenging start to the weekend.  While Sainz and his teammate Charles Leclerc demonstrated their competitive edge reminiscent of the recent Monza race, the Red Bull cars lagged behind by a significant seven-tenths margin. Red Bull's motorsport advisor, Dr. Helmut Marko, expressed concern over the substantial performance gap, stating, 'The gap is far too big.'  Speculation has arisen that the FIA's recent crackdown on flexible bodywork and wings may have adversely affected Red Bull's performance.  Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest...
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