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2022 cars ‘not slow anymore' – Sainz

Nov.19 Ferrari is on track to return to the top step of the podium in 2022. 'That's the plan,' said Spaniard Carlos Sainz in Qatar, adding that after slowly integrating to the team this year he is now close to '100 percent' in recent races. Sainz, 27, was signed by the fabled Maranello outfit in the depth of the covid crisis – coinciding with Ferrari's similarly-deep performance slump. But much of Ferrari's energy this year has been put into the 2022 project. 'We have been working on this project since January,' said Sainz, who admitted he has already seen the all-new car that he will drive next year. 'I've visited the wind tunnel several times and been in the simulator many times...
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