Carlos Sainz: “A weekend to forget”


The Spanish Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) recognized a “weekend to forget” this Sunday after a Canadian Grand Prix that he could not finish, without understanding the problems of a car that took him to the podium in the previous race. Monaco.

“A race a bit in the middle of nowhere, fighting to be 12th or 13th, with little visibility, very little grip. In all the conditions we have suffered as a team. In the end, with the soft, it seemed that it was going a little faster , I was tenth and wanting to risk a little I made a mistake that did not allow us to finish in the top ten,” he said in statements to Dazn.

“In general, a weekend to forget because we were not going fast in any conditions,” added Sainz, who ended his race with a spin and a subsequent abandonment, nor did his teammate Charles Leclerc finish the Canadian event.

The Madrid native pointed out that in the dry they could have had a better race, despite the problems they had experienced in the libes and on Saturday. “It is something that was exaggerated in qualifying, in the race we would have gone a little better, especially in the dry, but it is true that with the intermediate we have not gone very fast. It is something that we will have to analyze,” he concluded.