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McLaren's Carlos Sainz caught out by Robert Kubica's puncture on final flying lap

McLaren's Carlos Sainz has blamed his poor Australian Grand Prix qualifying result on a slow moving Robert Kubica. During the Spaniard's final run in Q1 – when the track was at its quickest and almost everyone improved on their time – Sainz came across the Williams of Kubica, who had earlier hit the wall and punctured his rear tyre, forcing the McLaren driver to take a cautious approach. 'I’ve been happy with the balance of the car, happy with where we’ve been, happy with my first run,' said Sainz. 'On my first attempt I did a very strong lap, even if we had an engine issue. Related: Australian Grand Prix qualifying report and results 'Then we were...
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