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in the fight for third place in the constructor's rating Ferrari after ten season races missing 15 points McLaren, which are currently the most widespread power in Formula 1 behind Red Bull and Mercedes. Carlos Sainz knows: "This fight is not over yet. And he will continue until the end of the season."
The Ferrari Pilot, whose so far best seasonal result was a second place at the Grand Prix of Monaco: "I think that we are very close to each other from the performance, but as a team we have higher priorities, as McLaren of third place to displace in the design destruction. "
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The focus is above all on, "further improving us as a team," emphasizes Sainz. "We want to continue building this team and try to be as professional and so good to be as complete as possible so that we are ready when the next year offers the opportunity to win the title," explains the Spaniard.
Sainz satisfied with the first formula 1 season half
"First and foremost is the improvement of the team and everything else should result in themselves, or? But we are not really obsessed by this fight and fully focused on To increase us and try to be the best team that we can be, "says Sainz until the end of the season.
addressed to his own performance in the first half of the season 2021, which was at the same time his first as a Ferrari driver, the 26-year-old says, "I am quite satisfied and positively voted, which is the first half of the first half. Of course it was a big challenge When I started in a new team, a team like Ferrari. "
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"I was dealing with confidence, but you do not really know how the whole thing will develop. And I have to say that I'm pretty proud and happy. The speed has been there since the first race, which immediately more relaxed made. I knew that I was right away with this car, so I could improve myself in the other areas. "
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just at the first race weekend did not have all the puzzle pieces together, Sainz looks back. "I was very fast, but rarely I could match the qualifying, the racing strategy, the tire management and the starts perfectly, and thus achieve a very good result," says the Spaniard.
"But I have the feeling that this has happened much better lately. And as soon as I start bringing the weekends to the point, I think that I will be much more constant and not only fast," he looks confident .
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