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Sainz turned away from TV screens showing Zhou crash

Carlos Sainz says he chose not to watch replays of Zhou Guanyu's dramatic crash at the start of the British Grand Prix during the race's red flag period. The start-line mayhem started when Pierre Gasly's AlphaTauri clipped the left-rear wheel of George Russell's Mercedes which sent the Briton into Zhou's Alfa. The Chinese driver spiraled out of control, his car overturning and sliding at full speed into the gravel trap where it rolled and jumped the tyre barrier, landing in the catch-fencing where it came to rest on its side, its unfortunate driver trapped in his car's cockpit. The race was immediately red flagged, but a prolonged period of uncertainty followed during which there was...
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