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Sainz Looking Forward To Putting Previous Two Races Behind Him

Carlos Sainz Jr. is optimistic that McLaren F1 Team can bounce back in Singapore following a poor couple of races after the summer break. The Spaniard failed to finish both the Belgian Grand Prix and Italian Grand Prix due to issues outwith his control. In Spa, the McLaren suffered from engine issues while at Monza, a loose wheel nut denied Sainz a strong points finish. The McLaren driver states that while the past two results have been disappointing, he feels there is no reason to not feel positive this weekend. “The last two European races of the season didn’t go to plan, so I’m looking forward to recovering some positive momentum in the upcoming flyaway races. “Spa and Monza...
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