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Sainz wanted to avoid Leclerc losing time in Bahrain F1 battle

Carlos Sainz says his moves on Charles Leclerc during the Bahrain Grand Prix were 'under control' and with the intention of ensuring his team-mate didn't lose time. Leclerc was running three places ahead of Sainz in the nascent stages but dropped behind George Russell and Sergio Perez as he nursed a substantial brake problem. Sainz […]
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