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Nico Rosberg ranks Carlos Sainz third best in 2019 after 'unbelievable season'

Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg has heaped praise on McLaren's Carlos Sainz Jr., ranking the Spaniard ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc for their overall performance this season. With just one race left this season, Sainz finds himself just five points shy of a century in seventh place in the standings – the highest ranked non-Mercedes, Red Bull or Ferrari driver (Pierre Gasly sits sixth with the same number of points and drove for Red Bull in the opening 10 races). Sainz took his maiden F1 podium at the weekend during a chaotic Brazilian Grand Prix after finishing third despite starting from 20th. Rosberg ranked his top four, putting Hamilton just ahead of...
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