"The races are finally back!"

"It has been an interesting period off the track, but now I am focused on this season," says the Madrid driver.


"It's race week!". The wait has come to an end. Formula 1 is already here again and social networks are filled with the characteristic British message that reminds us that, after so long, we are in race week. The Austrian GP will kick off the most atypical season in history and everyone, fans, journalists and, of course, drivers and teams, are eager for the traffic lights to go out and the action to begin. A sensation that can be seen everywhere in McLaren.

"After a long and difficult time, it is finally time to go back to racing! It has been my longest period without competing since I started karting!" Celebrates Carlos Sainz in the preview of the Woking team, in the one who remembers the good feelings he had with the car in Barcelona and that his future in Ferrari will not distract him: "The MCL35 went really well in the tests, so I am very excited to compete at the end. It was also an interesting period outside off the track, but now I'm completely focused on this season. "

Y is that if you can never relax in a sport like F1, the man from Madrid affirms that this year even less: "There will be fewer races and strong competition, so we cannot afford to lose concentration. In fact, we don't even know the number of races we will do, it is an unprecedented scenario, so each point will be crucial. As always, I will do my best to perform at the highest level and help the team. I have stayed in shape and I am ready to return to the car " .

Her partner Norris is just as eager to get on the MCL35: "I can't wait to get back to an F1, it's been a long time coming! I've been working hard, training a lot at home and spending a lot of time on my simulator." And their boss Seidl points out that this break "has motivated them to fight again and compete hard again." "Our preparation for Austria has been a balance between building all the parts necessary for an intense period of racing and developing the car." Let's see how it turns out. It will be a hectic year.



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