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Sainz didn't think maiden pole lap was 'anything special'

Carlos Sainz admitted that he was surprised that his final lap in qualifying for the British Grand Prix in wet conditions at Silverstone had been good enough to clinch his maiden Formula 1 pole position. The Ferrari driver's last push lap in Q3 clocked in at 1:40.983s, which was slower than his Red Bull rival Max Verstappen had managed in both of the earlier two rounds. But the changeable conditions meant that this was still the quickest anybody was able to achieve in Q3, and was 0.072s quicker than Verstappen even though Sainz didn't think he'd done enough. Read also: Sainz pips Verstappen in thrilling wet British GP qualifying "It was a good lap, but I was struggling a lot with the...
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