Sainz storms post at Silverstone


The Spanish rider starts from first position for the first time in his career by winning a day that went through the water

Historic day for Carlos Sainz this Saturday after taking the first pole of his career at Silverstone. In a classification that went through the water, the Spanish pilot managed to deliver a surprise and set the best time on British soil. The Madrid man took first place on the grid when Max Verstappen was already with him, finishing third ahead of his Ferrari teammate, Monegask Charles Leclerc.

It wasn’t all bad for Fernando Alonso, who will start from seventh position this Sunday in a season where his Alpine is not responding as he expected. But this day will no doubt be particularly remembered after Carlos Sainz replaced the Spaniard as the last Spanish driver to take pole position, which hadn’t happened since the 2012 German Grand Prix.

Source: La Verdad


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