Sainz left angry: Everything that could have gone wrong went wrong

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While teammate Charles Leclerc claimed his second pole place of the season, Carlos Sainz was left ruing his dangerous luck after qualifying in P9 for the Australian Grand Prix.

					Sainz left angry: Everything that could have gone wrong went wrong

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Carlos Sainz has voiced his anger after a troublesome qualifying session on the Australian Grand Prix noticed him qualify down in ninth.

The Ferrari driver suffered some dangerous luck in Q3, with Fernando Alonso’s crash within the Alpine bringing out the crimson flags simply earlier than Sainz was capable of cross the road to place his first lap in.

There have been then additional issues with beginning the automobile for his closing run, leaving the Spaniard pissed off on the finish of the session.

“[The first lap] was a standard lap,” Sainz advised Sky Sports activities F1.

“The lap on the finish, we had an issue with the starter. We could not begin the automobile, we went out three minutes late [compared] to once we had been planning to exit.

“I could not put together the tyre, I could not heat up the tyre. Every part was rushed and I needed to do a lap with freezing tyres, and it was a horrible lap for that.”

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Sainz regrets lacking out on combat for pole place

With teammate Charles Leclerc having claimed pole place, Sainz was left dissatisfied that he was unable to battle on the entrance himself.

“[I was] extremely unfortunate, and every little thing that would go improper in Q3 went improper, particularly as a result of I used to be within the combat for pole place for the entire qualy,” he mentioned.

Ferrari Crew Principal Mattia Binotto was seen commiserating with Sainz as he spoke to the media, and the driving force admits that his boss can perceive his anger at what occurred.

“He is aware of I am offended, as a result of we should not have these issues with the starter,” Sainz added.

“It was only a catastrophe, and he is aware of that at this time I used to be within the combat for pole, and every little thing that would [go] improper for me went improper.

“I am not going to be glad in any respect when anybody tells me to be glad, however tomorrow is one other day and we are going to attempt to come again.”

When requested how he would reset for race day, Sainz defined: “A superb night time’s sleep, and let’s have a look at. I have to sleep, and till I fall asleep, I will probably be offended.”

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