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Future Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz not afraid of limelight

Publication date 05 July 2020 | 21:28 | ICT

Carlos Sainz is relishing the opportunity to hog the limelight of being a Ferrari driver in 2021 but won’t even think about it until the last lap of the last race of this truncated season is over.

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