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Sainz: We can still beat Mercedes fair and square

Ferrari have all but given up on their ultra-slim chances of winning any of th 2022 Formula 1 World Championship titles, but Carlos Sainz is adamant the Reds can finish second which means beating Mercedes. Max Verstappen leads the 2022 F1 drivers' standings and could wrap up the title mathematically in Singapore next time out, or most likely Japan if current form is maintained; the Dutchman leads the standings by 116 points over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc with six races remaining. Red Bull top the F1 constructors' standings by 139 points; Ferrari are second on 406 points, 35 ahead of Mercedes in third, and no other team close, thus the largely meaningless (to fans) battle for second place...
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