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Carlos Sainz is beginning a new chapter at McLaren. But, asks James Roberts, can he realistically hope to achieve much in what is likely to be another transitional season for the beleaguered British team in 2019?
Adios Red Bull. Hola McLaren. After 10 years in the energy drink company's young driver programme, Carlos Sainz has been set free to take the next step in his career.
The boy from Madrid has arrived at the McLaren Technology Centre to build a new life and move into a new home. Welcome to Woking.
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