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Martin Brundle praises Carlos Sainz after his 20th to 3rd performance in Brazil

Carlos Sainz recorded his best-ever performance at the Brazilian Grand Prix after he was boosted up to third due to Lewis Hamilton's five-second penalty. Martin Brundle was impressed with how the McLaren driver performed after starting the race from the back of the grid.  "A star of the show was Sainz who started 20th and last after technical issues in qualifying," Brundle said in his Sky Sports F1 column.  "Stopping only once for tyres on lap 29, he coaxed his car and tyres past many rivals and just kept making progress. The two Safety Car periods generated both threat and opportunity given Sainz's tyres were well used 'medium' compounds which would not be great...
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