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Sainz insists Red Bull's control over his career not a negative

Carlos Sainz says he has no issues with Red Bull remaining in control of his Formula 1 career, conceding that he owes it to the company. Earlier this season there was some tension between Toro Rosso driver Sainz and Red Bull bosses after he expressed his desire to move on, and a potential move to Renault appeared to be blocked. However, the negotiations behind the change of engine for 2018 subsequently created an opportunity for him to join the French manufacturer on a one-year loan. Speaking in an exclusive interview for this week's GP Gazette, Sainz said he sees no issue with being in Red Bull's hands. "Without Red Bull I wouldn't be in F1, and without Red Bull I wouldn't have been...
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