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STRATEGY SESSION: How Sainz charged from P18 to P4 in the Italian Grand Prix | Formula 1® – Formula 1

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16 September 2022
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One of the standout drives at Monza was Carlos Sainz’s recovery from the penultimate row of the grid to the brink of the podium – the Spaniard bouncing back after taking penalties for power unit and gearbox changes.
In this week’s Workday Strategy Session, Rosanna Tennant, ex-F1 driver Jolyon Palmer and former Aston Martin Head of Race Strategy Bernie Collins take a closer look at how Sainz and Ferrari rose all the way from P18 to P4 in the Italian Grand Prix, and whether a late Safety Car prevented an even stronger result.
READ MORE: Sainz rues late Safety Car as he narrowly misses P18 to podium recovery at Monza
With access to radio messages, charts, graphs, telemetry and more, the team also analyse the impact the Safety Car – and eventual finish under caution – had on Charles Leclerc’s race, with the Monegasque forced to settle for P2 behind Red Bull rival Max Verstappen.
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