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Carlos Sainz makes Ferrari demand for 2023 season

Carlos Sainz has spoken out on what he wants from Ferrari next year, as the disappointing 2022 season draws ever closer to an end. Ferrari have undoubtedly had one of if not the strongest car this season; however, they have failed to utilise the F1-75 on a number of occasions. It became evident very early in the season that the Italian's had prioritised performance over reliability, a mantra Mercedes followed in 2021. The Scuderia have faced a number of dramatic power unit failures, two of which cost Charles Leclerc victory. READ: Lando Norris responds to ‘number 1 driver’ claim as Daniel Ricciardo prepares to leave McLaren Sainz suffered a huge engine...
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