Carlos Sainz at the Hungarian GP: "Anything can still happen"

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Carlos Sainz at the Hungarian GP: "Anything can still happen"
Carlos Sainz at the Hungarian GP: "Anything can still happen" (Provided by Sport World News)

The drivers involved in the Hungarian GP, ​​the summer test of the F1 World Championship, spoke at the press conference. Carlos Sainz on Ferrari said: "A lot of things can happen in the battle for the top.

The battle is intense and I think it will last until the end of the season. It's open and you can't give up. Holidays? I'm not going to the beach and I'm not interested in the advantage in the standings. I want to win more races and that's what we will try to do.

What race will it be in Hungary? This year we have been competitive everywhere, I arrive at the circuit always thinking of winning. We all want to have clean weekends, we have a car competitive but also weak points to be tackled in terms of reliability.

But there are many races missing and anything can happen. Everything is at stake. Vettel was an example, even when I was not here in F1. A positive model for this sport and for all the young people. Everyone loves him in the paddock and this speaks volumes about his value as a man and not just as a rider.

He has spoken clearly on some topics and I hope he continues to do so." Stroll on Aston Martin explained: "Vettel has achieved great things and it has been great to work with him. And we have another part of the season. He has a family and other things to think about.

I wish him the best, he has achieved great things. What Will I miss him? Great team man, easy to work with. A great talent, professional and his technical understanding of the car is great. " Max Verstappen on Red Bull added: "In Hungary, a track where Ferrari will be very strong, we will suffer on the flying lap.

But many things can change, starting with the weather. F1 occupies an important part of our life, but right that Vettel now enjoy his family. " Ricciardo said: "In France there hasn't been a step forward in terms of grip. We know we have room for improvement.

In some ways it's sad, Vettel is leaving and we lose a legend. It was a privilege to have him by my side. in Red Bull. I am sad but also happy because another chapter begins for him. Watching him work has always been interesting, he knows how to be direct, determined. We will miss him but I wish him the best. A memory? That he has always been on point. "

Carlos Sainz