Carlos Sainz handled his most memorable series shaft at Silverstone by 0.072s over reigning champ Max 

Verstappen, who was hampered by yellow banners on his last lap.
They had been brought about by

 third-quickest Leclerc, who turned leaving Chapel corner on his last flying run, the Bahrain and Australian GP

 victor having hit a fix of standing water.
Leclerc will be "exceptionally blissful" on the off chance 

that Sainz changes over his benefit into a lady F1 triumph, albeit the Monegasque figured the group arrival a 1-2 was the need.

He accordingly suggested the Ferrari pit wall could mediate with "vital moves".

Leclerc, who "didn't merit being on post" because of his misstep, said: "obviously, I'll be exceptionally cheerful 

assuming Carlos comes out on top in the race.
"In any case, I won't conceal that I need to win as well. I think

what is most significant is that we finish 1-2, the strategy for getting around it is.

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