Turn 11 snap ruined Sainz's eventful qualifying

Turn 11 snap ruined Sainz's eventful qualifying

Carlos Sainz had one of the most eventful qualifying sessions at the first Saudi Arabian GP that ended with him facing a lowly P15 start.
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