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Spanish Grand Prix Drivers Press Conference

Full transcript from the drivers' press conference on Thursday ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, Round 5 of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship, at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Featuring: Carlos Sainz (McLaren), Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), Pierre Gasly (Red Bull Racing), George Russell (Williams) and Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes). Q: Carlos, welcome home. You’ve said that this is the most important race of the year, just tell us why that is and tell us what you’ve been up to in the build-up? Carlos Sainz: Thank you and welcome to Spain, bienvenidos. Yeah, a special race for everyone I guess, but for me in particular because it’s my home race. I’m one of those lucky drivers...
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