F1 Driver Carlos Sainz Criticizes Unpredictable FIA Rules

Carlos Sainz’s hopes of winning were dashed despite a strong start, as Ferrari’s lack of pace prevented him from catching up with the Mercedes cars in the closing stages of the race. The team’s new updates, including a new floor, diffuser, and rear wing, failed to make a significant impact, leaving them behind McLaren and Mercedes.

Sainz explained that he had tried to attack the Mercedes from the start, but was forced to adopt a soft strategy, which ultimately didn’t pay off. “We tried two different things with both cars and it hasn’t worked,” he said.

Leclerc also expressed frustration with the team’s pace, agreeing with Sainz that Red Bull and McLaren were ahead of them, and Mercedes were a step further ahead. “We have to work on improving the car on this type of circuit,” he said.

In a separate incident, Sainz was involved in a collision with Hamilton, who touched his car and sent him off-track. Sainz felt that the disparity in sanctions was unfair, citing his own penalty for a similar incident with Piastri in Miami. “It shows that there are times they are applied, other times they are not, but nothing happens,” he said resignedly.

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