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Sainz admits anger at Canadian GP outcome

Carlos Sainz Jr. has admitted his anger after the Spaniard had to pit early on and was left with a 67-lap stint to the chequered flag. Due to a visor tear-off being lodged in a brake duct, Sainz was forced to pit after just the third lap of the race to prevent any overheating in his MCL33. Sainz then switched to the hard tyres, and gained some places - moving up to P9 - before the latter stages of the race where he was eventually passed by Lance Stroll and a sensational overtake from Daniil Kvyat, meaning the Spanish driver had to settle for 11th-place. "Obviously now we're very disappointed with not finishing in the points," Sainz told Motorsport.com. "Putting...
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