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Sainz: Goal every weekend is try to win the Grand Prix

Carlos Sainz finds himself in a winning car for the first time in his Formula 1 career and with it, he intends to win this Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, because there is no better place to score a maiden victory than at home. With 146 Grand Prix starts to his name, Sainz has yet to win a Grand Prix; compare that to his first F1 teammate at Toro Rosso, Max Verstappen who in his 149 F1 starts with 23 victories and an F1 world titles on his CV. This year Verstappen is the man to beat, while Sainz's teammate Charles Leclerc is the driver leading the Championship after six rounds, but this will not distract the Spaniard from his ambition of winning at home. He will fancy his chances because this...
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