Carlos Sainz says he and Lando Norris ‘should buy each other drinks’ after Singapore Grand Prix DRS tactic seals victory | F1

After taking pole position and leading the race since the start, Carlos Sainz looked on his way to victory despite a close battle for the lead behind him.That was until lap 43, when a virtual safety car meant Mercedes would put new tyres on both of their cars, making them the fastest on track and a real threat to Sainz, Lando Norris and Charles Leclerc at the front.George Russell and Lewis Hamilton would bypass Leclerc with ease with eight laps to go, leaving just the McLaren of Norris between them and the race leader.Recognising the danger of Russell and Hamilton…

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