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Theorem | Ferrari cuts itself in the fingers with performance Sainz

Carlos Sainz showed his worth again with his fastest time in the second free practice session at Silverstone. In the Constructors' Championship, the Spaniard's good form is excellent news for Ferrari, but in the battle for the world title, it is a different story. Article continues under ad From the start of the season, the Italian formation made it clear that Charles Leclerc and Sainz were equals. This meant the team left both drivers free to fight each other on track, as long as it did not cause either driver to retire. After a strong start for Leclerc, who won in Bahrain and Australia, it was immediately clear that the Monegasque was in contention for the world title. However, after two...
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