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Sainz takes on fresh PU, to start Turkish GP from back

Ferrari has confirmed that Carlos Sainz will start Formula 1’s Turkish Grand Prix from the rear of the grid after taking on a fresh power unit. Ferrari introduced its new hybrid system at the previous event in Russia as part of its development programme but only Charles Leclerc took on the updated component. Sainz qualified […]
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