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What did Sainz, Norris and Hamilton say in the cooldown room at F1 Singapore GP?

Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris discussed some of the key moments of the F1 Singapore Grand Prix in the cooldown room, while Lewis Hamilton remained quiet.  Sainz brilliantly fended off Norris’ McLaren and the charging Mercedes of Hamilton to claim the first non-Red Bull victory of the season under the lights in Singapore.  Norris was heard asking Sainz what happened to Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc, who lost several positions during the pit stops, enabling Norris to move up a place.  “Charles got a bad pitstop?” Norris questioned, to which Sainz replied: “No idea.” Norris continued: “I jumped him in the pit stop.” The pair then discussed a dramatic start that saw...
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