Carlos Sainz is delighted with his result in the Miami GP qualifying after the crash at the start of the weekend.
Sainz qualified on the front row for Sunday’s Miami GP. It happened after the Spaniard had a big crash in FP2 a day before. After qualifying, Sainz reflected on his performance.
“It wasn’t easy at all to get confidence back at such a difficult circuit like this new one of Miami. But yeah, I kept it cool until Q3. I think I pulled out quite a few good laps. Not quite enough for pole position, but given from where I was coming yesterday I will take it,” he said.
The Ferrari driver also shared his expectations for the race.
“Tomorrow is going to be an interesting day with everything that’s going on this weekend. I haven’t done any long runs yet, I haven’t put fuel in the car and tried it, so tomorrow it will be the first time to have a feel, which could be quite challenging, but at the same time I’m feeling confident with the car. Car is really good to drive around here, so I think we can do a good job.”