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Carlos and Charles comments after the Styrian GP

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#StyrianGP   27.06.2021
FIGHTING BACK IN SPIELBERG
 
Scuderia Ferrari ended the first of two races to be run in Austria, the Styrian Grand Prix, with a sixth and a seventh place, courtesy of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc respectively. A decent result, thanks to strong performances from both drivers in the SF21, which proved to have a better pace than its closest rivals. This allowed both drivers to fight their way up the order in fine style. Carlos moved up from 12th on the grid, while Charles had dropped to the back of the field following a coming-together with Gasly shortly after the start.
 
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