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The nice wink from Mercedes to Carlos Sainz

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Carlos Sainz brushed his first victory in F1 in Montreal. The man from Madrid ended up harassing Max Verstappen in the final part of the race. But he was unable to overtake the reigning world champion. In the end, the ’55’ had to settle for second place. A shame because he deserved the jackpot, but he found himself with a very hard nut to crack.

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Sainz, who wears 11 podiums Throughout his career (five seconds and six thirds), he led the race, but in the end Verstappen’s iron defense frustrated his illusions. He couldn’t take advantage of DRS because the World Cup leader knows it all. “It was probably the first time all year that I’ve been the fastest and not getting the victory being the fastest hurts moreSainz pointed out.

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The man from Madrid had to console himself with the extra point for signing the fastest lap of the event (he pocketed 19 points for it). Thus, Carlos managed su segunda Vuelta Rapid Carrera, igualando a François Cevert, Heikki Kovalainen y Kevin Magnussen.

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Sainz offers his impressions after the Canadian GP in front of Hamilton.@ F1

right now it is quinto in the general of pilots with 102 pointswhile his teammate, Charles Leclerc is third with 126. And right behind you have Lewis Hamilton (sixth with 77). Precisely, the seven-time champion completed the podium at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit. There are already 184 times that he has achieved a position of honor throughout his successful career.

Hamilton’s loving gesture

Precisely, Mercedes today shared a nice message addressed to Carlos Sainz. In the image that accompanies the brief text, Hamilton is seen ‘clothing’ the Spanish. There are 11 podiums without victory and that feels bad to everyone in the ‘paddock’. So much so that Lewis (103 wins in F1) and the dominant team of the ‘hybrid era’ have wanted to ‘comfort’ the 27-year-old driver with a nod.

“Your day will come, Carlos Sainz”, they have pointed out in the official account of the German team. And to that he replied Ferrari with a “it’s coming”. Let’s see if it’s soon and the ’55’ can start adding victories to his track record. The next opportunity is at Silverstone. He already plays.



Source: www.marca.com

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