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Sainz will not accept repeat of losing P1 ‘with ease'

Carlos Sainz is adamant that the next time he leads a race, he does not want to see it slip away so easily like it did in Russia. Starting from P2 the Ferrari driver made the perfect start, picking up a slipstream from pole-sitter Lando Norris and taking the lead into Turn 2. But with the Ferrari power unit fighting a tricky battle against the Mercedes-powered McLaren, Norris would ultimately re-take the race lead with a comfortable DRS-assisted overtake on Lap 13. This may well be a promising season for Ferrari as they look to return to the front consistently in 2022, but whenever Sainz leads again, he wants his opponent to work harder for the overtake. Speaking to Sky Italia about his...
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