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‘It's crazy': Carlos Sainz defends Charles Leclerc, says Max Verstappen will start making mistakes

Carlos Sainz drove superbly at the French Grand Prix to recover a fifth-place finish, having started from 19th on the grid. The Spaniard was forced to start from the back of the grid, after being awarded numerous grid penalties for exceeding the legal number of engine components, following on from his F1-75 blow-up at the Austrian Grand Prix. Sainz battled hard throughout the race at the Circuit Paul Ricard, whilst his team-mate Charles Leclerc was leading the race from rival Max Verstappen in the opening laps. The race took a dramatic turn in its early stages, as Leclerc span-out of the Grand Prix at Turn 11. READ: British journalist suggests FIA reached settlement with...
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