Sainz: "I found the Williams stopped and I lost three tenths there"

The Madrilenian stayed in Q1 because when he came in good lap "to pass easy" he crossed with Kubica. "You have to be positive and try to go back," he says.


Mala classification for Carlos Sainz, who could not pass the cut of a very tight Q1 and will start 18th the GP of Australia. The Spaniard explained after the return that he found Kubica, punctured, and made him lose valuable time in this classification: "It's amazing the bad luck I had because I came in a very good lap, to get in the top- 10 and easy to go to Q2, but I found Williams standing in the middle of the last sector with a puncture, I lost two or three tenths that cost me everything. "

" There was nothing to do, frustrating, yes, but we will think about a good strategy for tomorrow ", says the Madrid native, who has a difficult race ahead because of his starting position: " You have to be positive, try to come back, but with an average zone, the classification was very important ". Now it's important that McLaren MCL34 respond, because until the return of Lando Norris that led to Q3, there were long faces in the Woking motorhome.



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