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‘The first time all season': Sainz and Verstappen agree about Ferrari's pace in Canada

Max Verstappen agrees with Carlos Sainz’s assessment that Ferrari had the quicker car than Red Bull at the Canadian Grand Prix. Verstappen stormed to pole in wet conditions on Saturday in Montreal but, with Sainz having gotten past Fernando Alonso early in the race, the reigning champion found himself defending from the Spaniard late on. In the end, Verstappen just about held on to take the 25 points, but Sainz took plenty of heart from the fact that he was quicker on Sunday. READ: Wolff fires accusation as he tears into team principals for ‘political fights’ “This weekend I was quicker for the first time – I want to say all season, but for the first time in the championship,”...
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