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Sainz ‘seems defeated' by Leclerc as he looks set to become Ferrari's number two driver

Former Formula 1 driver Christijan Albers and 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve have both come down hard on Carlos Sainz after the Spanish Grand Prix. Sainz was out-qualified for the sixth race running by Charles Leclerc in Barcelona as the Monegasque claimed his fourth pole of the year, and a poor start for the Spaniard left him running in fifth behind both George Russell and Sergio Perez. A gust of wind claimed the rear of his car a few laps later, and the trip across the gravel left him running outside the points. READ: Perez ‘would have won the race’ on Verstappen’s strategy The 27-year-old made a fine recovery to fourth with a damage car, repassing Sir Lewis Hamilton late...
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