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Carlos Sainz: “If I am fit and pain-free, the goal will be to challenge the Red Bulls”

MADRID, March 21. (.) –

The Spanish driver Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) made clear “the effort and logistics” that he has had to carry out to be prepared to race this weekend in the Australian Grand Prix just 12 days after having undergone appendicitis surgery. and stated that he looks ready to challenge the Red Bulls if he is “fit and without any pain.”

Carlos Sainz was unable to race in the last Saudi Arabian Grand Prix because after feeling unwell and, despite running the free races, it was discovered that he was suffering from appendicitis and had to undergo urgent surgery. Anyway, he is in Melbourne for the third round of the World Championship and if he does not suffer too much pain he will pilot the ‘SF-24’.

“I’ll know on Friday when I get back in the car and the G-forces give me a bit of a spin. But I feel ready, I’ve done everything I can to recover and you can’t imagine the effort and logistics I’ve put in to be fit for this race,” Sainz stressed before the media at the Melbourne circuit in statements collected by the World Championship website.

The man from Madrid was “very happy with the progress” he has made since his emergency operation. “Now is the time to get in the car and see how I feel,” warned Sainz, who knows that he is not going to be “one hundred percent.”

“Obviously I’ve been in bed for 10 days, not 10 days training and going to the simulator and preparing for a normal weekend. But if I’m fit to run and I don’t have any pain or any serious symptoms, I can still have a good weekend. week and the objective will be to challenge Red Bull,” he stated.

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