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Sainz hails 'very enjoyable' Istanbul recovery drive

Ferrari's Carlos Sainz says his charge from P19 to P8 in Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix that earned him the fans' award of 'Driver of the Day' was one of the "most enjoyable races" in his career. The Spaniard was forced to endure a back row start at Istanbul Park following an engine change and initially rued the wet conditions as he was hoping to take advantage of Ferrari's strong pace in the dry as the team had demonstrated in practice on Friday. But Sainz succeeded in swiftly moving up the order from the outset, reaching the top ten within just 12 laps. However, the Scuderia driver admitted that he had been forced "to send it" a couple of times during his aggressive...
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