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Sainz: To win at my home Grand Prix would be the best ever

Carlos Sainz admitted ahead of the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, that a achieving a first career win at his home race would be the best thing ever. Carlos Sainz has yet to step up as a Formula 1 winner but Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix is a chance for the Ferrari driver to make a dream come true, in front of a capacity home crowd, and end a 146-race wait. He has a winning car, with team mate Charles Leclerc taking two of five races this season and leading the championship, and plenty of hope. 'To do it at my home Grand Prix would be the best ever,' Sainz told reporters at the Circuit de Catalunya on Thursday. 'I keep thinking about it, keep dreaming about it. 'When I was 10 years old...
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