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Sainz 'angry': 'We would've finished with points if not for problems'

McLaren driver Carlos Sainz was left angry with the final result of the Canadian Grand Prix, as the Spaniard was forced to pit early as debris was blocking his brake duct, throwing away a promising race. Sainz qualified in P8 but was dealt a three-place grid penalty for blocking Alexander Albon, meaning he started in P11.  He set himself up nicely a the start of the race but was left frustrated as he needed to come in for a pitstop after just three laps, as his brake ducts were being blocked and needed to be cleared out. This meant Sainz had to run extremely long on his hard tyres. He got picked off twice in the space of a few corners by both Lance Stroll and Daniil Kvyat, dropping...
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