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Spanish GP tough so far, says Sainz

BARCELONA, SPAIN – MAY 21: Third placed qualifier Carlos Sainz of Spain and Ferrari looks on in parc ferme during qualifying ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Spain at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on May 21, 2022 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Mario Renzi – Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images)

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz says his weekend at the Spanish Grand Prix has been a tough one so far.

The Spanish driver faced different difficulties through the weekend, with bad conditions not making it any easier for the drivers.

“It’s been a tough weekend so far. The conditions haven’t been the easiest with the heat, with the wind. But today we managed to put a decent lap that allows us to fight from there tomorrow,” he said.

“I think the key will be think the start, the tire management, see if we can get a good start, and go from there. But it’s a decent position to start.”

“Yeah, I think everything is possible tomorrow. We’re definitely going to try our best to get ahead at the start and lead from there. It wasn’t an ideal qualifying, because I couldn’t set a good lap on the used tires. Probably lacking new tires for tomorrow for the first stint, but I think anything can happen and we will try our best.”

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