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Sainz: Unreliable Red Bull needed for Ferrari’s 2022 F1 title push

Carlos Sainz admits that Ferrari will likely need an unreliable Red Bull car if the Italian squad wishes to challenge for the Formula 1 title this season. Ferrari’s championship hopes have been dented in recent weeks, with Red Bull pulling out a sizeable gap in both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ tables. Red Bull has won […]
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