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Sainz set for back row start in Turkey following PU upgrade

Carlos Sainz will start next Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix from the back of the grid as a result of Ferrari assigning a new updated power unit to the Spaniard. The Scuderia introduced its long-awaited power unit that features a 2022-spec hybrid system in Russia recently, with Charles Leclerc receiving the engine. Despite F1's regulation freeze on engine development, Ferrari was authorized to implement the new hybrid element as it had not been updated at the start of the 2021 season. Sainz will endure a grid penalty as the new unit exceeds the limit of three engines allowed for the season. "As was the case for Charles Leclerc in Russia, in Turkey Carlos Sainz will take a completely new...
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