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'Ferrari to consider engine change for Sainz at Turkish GP'

There is a good chance that Carlos Sainz will start from the back of the grid at the Turkish Grand Prix. Ferrari is planning to equip his car with a new engine to give the driver more speed, according to Motorsport.com. It's the third time Ferrari have made an engine change this season, crossing the line of what is allowed. Nevertheless, the Italian team has no choice but to provide Sainz with a new engine and accept that the Madrid driver will have to start from last position in Turkey in order to finish in the points. Read more Unseen footage: Verstappen overtakes Ricciardo and Sainz in the wet Sainz will receive the same engine in Turkey as Charles Leclerc received during the race in...
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