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Sainz: Ferrari F1 ‘closer than anticipated' to Red Bull in Japan

Carlos Sainz believes that Ferrari is 'closer than anticipated' to Red Bull at Formula 1's Japanese Grand Prix but admits the reigning champions will be 'difficult to beat.' Ferrari has emerged as Red Bull's closest challenger in the nascent stages of 2024, with Sainz capitalising on Max Verstappen retiring to front a Ferrari 1-2 in […]
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