‘He complains too much’: Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, in disagreement over the clash in Barcelona

‘He complains too much’: Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, in disagreement over the clash in Barcelona

“And we knew we had to save both of them, and Carlos used that lap pushing into (Turn) 14 and got really close to me and passed me, which was good, but obviously he took the turn like I wasn’t there.

“It’s a bit embarrassing, but we’ll talk internally anyway, it’s no big deal, I understand it’s his home race and a very important moment in his career and he wanted to do something spectacular, and I probably wasn’t the one.” person to do that with.”

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Leclerc went on to point out that the incident had cost him some damage to the car, which, when the margins were so tight, could have made the difference as the Ferrari man ran out of time to chase George Russell later after that his teammate had let it go.

“It’s okay, I think he will see the image and understand that I was inside and that at that moment I could not return,” was the Monegasque’s final assessment.