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Sainz admits having nerves prior to first Grand Prix win

Carlos Sainz admits he was nervous knowing his first win was within reach during a late safety car, before taking victory in the British Grand Prix. The Spaniard started from pole position and, after the race was red-flagged for a massive crash for Guanyu Zhou, he retained the lead on the second restart. Dropping behind Max Verstappen, Sainz had regained the lead but then couldn’t match Charles Leclerc’s pace and had yielded to his teammate before a late safety car allowed him to take on fresh tires and pass Leclerc to win. “I don't know what to say; it’s amazing,” Sainz said. “My first win, 150 races later, with Ferrari, in Silverstone — I cannot ask for more. It's a...
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