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Sainz blames bodywork changes for Q2 exit

McLaren's Carlos Sainz says his qualifying exit in Q2 was down to bodywork tweaks on his car to aid cooling, after the team noticed higher temperatures on his car during practice for Formula 1's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Sainz could only manage the 13th quickest time, whilst team-mate Lando Norris made it through to Q3, but was slowest of the bunch and ended up tenth on Sunday's grid. Sainz explained the reason for his early exit was the need to open up some additional cooling vents, which contribute to greater drag and therefore less straight-line speed, which he believes cost him a couple of tenths. 'When the qualifying started we saw that the others went a little faster than last...
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