Carlos Sainz is back on the Australian Grand Prix, describing it as one of the most disappointing weekends of his career. The goal of the Spaniard and the whole team is to become perfect.
The Australian Grand Prix was a real nightmare for Carlos Sainz.
The Spaniard was forced to retire in the very early stages of the race, thereby smashing his record – which lasted seventeen rounds – of places in points.
The red driver immediately showed his regret, frustrated at the lack of possibility of being able to contribute to a weekend that would have been perfect for Scuderia Ferrari.
In fact, the team took the highest step on the podium with Charles Leclerc, in a race that Monaco drove alone.
“Charles is driving really well“ Carlos Sainz commented. “He understands the car well and makes the most of its potential.
We obviously have a great car, but I think he managed to put together some strong racing and performances. So I was excited about qualifying and racing to see how far I came.”.
The Australian Grand Prix wasn’t Sainz’s worst weekend, but it was clearly one of the most disappointing.
“I don’t exactly remember all the Formula One races, so it’s hard to tell if it was my worst weekend. I felt like I was more comfortable with the car and was determined to put together some strong laps.
Suddenly, It turned out to be one of the most disappointing weekends. The important thing is that I learned from him, that as a team, we learn to be stronger, perfect in every aspect.”.
According to Ferrari, it is necessary to investigate the problems Sainz had at the wheel before the start of the Grand Prix.
Changing the steering wheel may have contributed to his poor start and subsequent racing problems.
“There was a race where things didn’t go my way, a race where I ended up making a mistake. The important thing now is to learn from what happened.
We have to aim to be perfect and analyze down to the smallest detail because, with the car we have this year, I feel that for every race you don’t finish, you lose very important points.“ The Spaniard announced.
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