‘I’ve distanced myself too much’: Carlos Sainz says frustrated in the run-up to the Canadian Grand Prix

The podium finishes in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia Carlos Sainz Between the top of the table when there were only two dates and he seemed to have chances of a crown if he continued down this path. However, came the disastrous withdrawals in Australia and Imola that allowed him to break away from Charles Leclerc and take back Red Bull, which soon left Max Verstappen ahead in Spain.

The Spanish pilot He did well, with a podium finish in Miami, fourth in Barcelona and even close to winning in Monaco, but he couldn’t get past Checo Pérez. Not even with all this Carlos Sainz He seemed to be on the cusp of returning to competition for the championship, even being overtaken by George Russell, but things got worse due to a hydraulic problem that forced him to retire on lap nine for Azerbaijan.

The man from Madrid has three top places this season, but he is far from his teammate

All this translates into a gray landscape of “Banners”, who revealed in an interview with “Marca” that he no longer has any hope of winning this season. To the lack of results were added the annoyances in F1-75 and reliability problems, which made him unsure of looking for poles and victories, which he practically gave up on the dream of lifting the cup at the end of the year.

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