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Binotto proud of Sainz for beating Verstappen in British qualifying

Mattia Binotto is delighted that Carlos Sainz has managed to grab pole position for the first time in his 150th Grand Prix weekend. The team boss is very pleased with his driver and proud of the fact that he managed to beat a previously unbeatable Max Verstappen. Article continues under ad "Everyone is happy for Sainz. He deserved it. He's been working towards it for a long time and he's been hoping for it for a while. He took pole at Silverstone in difficult conditions, so it is well deserved," Binotto told Sky's Italian arm. After a difficult start to the season, the Madrid native seems to be getting into better shape. "He has more and more confidence in this car. He was...
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