Carlos Sainz sends a clear message that he has his sights set on race win at the Spanish Grand Prix » FirstSportz

That Spanish Grand Prix In the qualifying session, both Ferrari racers put on a spectacular performance as Charles Leclerc took pole position with a huge 1.10s gap between him and the rest of the grid Carlo Sainz passed powerful rivals like the two Mercedes and the red bull from Sergio Perez To finish third in the standings.

In the main race on Sunday, Charles Leclerc will start the race as the leader and Carlos Sainz will start from the second row at his home Grand Prix. The Spaniard has the power of the near-perfect SF-75 to back him up and the emotions of thousands of Spaniards cheering him on.

Carlos Sainz has already secured three podium finishes in the five races this year and is currently fifth in the drivers’ championship standings with 53 points.

Carlos Sainz promises he will try to overtake on the first lap and win Sunday’s race

Carlo Sainz
Carlo Sainz

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Carlos Sainz put himself in a very advantageous position with his excellent performance in qualifying. He will start from the second row of the grid and the Spaniard will be hoping to overtake himself on the first lap.

At the Spanish Grand Prix, George Russell will start directly behind Carlos Sainz, who qualified on P4 on Saturday. Russell is fourth in the championship standings with 59 points. If Carlos can overtake Russell and get a 6-point lead over him, Sainz will finish fourth in the WDC standings.

With tremendous results to look forward to, much rests on Carlos Sainz’s shoulders for the Spanish Grand Prix. In the post-qualification interview, he calledAnything is possible tomorrow. I’ll try to overtake at the start. It wasn’t an ideal session as I wasn’t able to set a good lap on the used soft tyres. Now I’ll probably do without a new set of softs for my stint tomorrow.

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