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Sainz after strong Friday at Monaco: 'Now just the details'

Although he did not drive the fastest times, Carlos Sainz' team does come out of Friday's Monaco as favorites. The Spaniard looks back on a day with two strong practice sessions that he believes are promising. His teammate Charles Leclerc was the fastest today, but Sainz did not miss much on the Monegasque. In free practice two there was only 44 thousandths of a second difference between the two Ferrari drivers. With that, they left Red Bull Racing behind on the first day of the Monaco GP weekend. And that is promising. Read more Rosberg identifies Verstappen as being off his game today Sainz predicts exciting qualifying At Sky Sports, Sainz reports, "An encouraging day after we were...
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