Sainz: "It has been a very frustrating start to the season"

"We continue to press together as a team to maximize our performance," says the Madrid rider before arriving at the Spanish GP.


Spanish driver Carlos Sainz (McLaren) acknowledges that his start to the Formula 1 World Championship season has been "frustrating", but adds that this weekend he expects a turnaround at the Spanish GP, at home, as " a new career is a new opportunity ".

"It has been a very frustrating start to the season for me, but we continue to push together as a team to maximize our performance," said the Madrilenian, who started with a fifth in Austria, followed with two ninth in the second Austrian round and in Hungary and ran out of points in both events at Silverstone.

"The competition around us is fierce and it seems that a step forward has been taken, that's why it hurts us to lose so many points in previous races, but we are focused on ourselves as we head to Spain and we know that we must continue to press", adds in statements released by his team.

"A new race is a new opportunity. I am determined to give it my all on the track and achieve a good result at home," says Sainz.

The Spaniard is "looking forward to racing at home this weekend", although he knows that "it is disappointing not to have all the fans on the track and in the stands showing their support, but it is the right thing to do and it is important that everyone can be safe and watch it from home. " "I'm going to wear a very special helmet this weekend too, so stay tuned," he revealed.

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