Sainz won his first Pole in Formula 1 at the British GP

The Spaniard Carlos Sainz of the Ferrari team will start first this Sunday in the British Grand Prix, the tenth of the Formula 1 World Championship, which is held at the Silverstone circuit (England), leaving ahead of Max Verstappen and his teammate Charles Leclerc.Sainz signed the first ‘pole’ of his career in Formula 1 by dominating the rainy qualifying on Saturday, in which, in his best lap, he covered, with the intermediate tire, the 5,891 meters of the mythical English track in one minute, 40 seconds and 983 thousandths, 72 less than the DutchMan Max Verstappen (Red Bull), last world champion and leader of the World Championship; that will start next to you in the front row. The Spaniard Carlos Sainz, who will start first this Sunday at the British Grand Prix, said that “he thought that the lap was not so special” and that he was surprised by the ‘pole’. “Thank you to all the crowd, thank you for being here in this rain,” said Sainz, 27, as soon as he got out of the car at Silverstone, where he will complete his 150th Grand Prix in the premier class. Carlos Sain signed his first pole in Formula 1/@F1 “It was a good lap, but I had the occasional problem with the water, which made it easy for the car to kick,” added the talented Madrid driver, who has eleven podiums in F1 and who this Sunday will seek his first triumph in the division of honor of motorsport. It was also not easy to get the ideal temperature of the intermediate tires, “said Sainz, who on Friday had set the best time of free practice and who this Saturday received the trophy that accredits the ‘poleman’ of the Grand Prix – a tire – from the hands of the legendary Englishman Nigel Mansell, world champion in 1992, who autographed the aforementioned wheel. We recommend you read “The lap I didn’t think it would have been so special, that’s why I’m surprised, really,” said the Ferrari Spaniard, who comes from finishing second in Canada and who this Sunday will seek his first triumph in the premier category at the circuit that hosted the first race in the history of Formula 1, in 1950. Times during the qualification in the Grand Prix of Great Britain / @F1 He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the University of the West, Guasave Unit, with a specialty in Media. In his career as a journalist he has done work focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, economic sector, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a reporter for locals in Guasave, where he also covered the current affairs, sports and police sections. Since 2017 he entered the digital area as a reporter for the portal of the newspaper EL DEBATE in specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. See more

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