Crashing in three of the last four grands prix weekends, Carlos Sainz says they all had nothing in common with “three separate causes”.

Sainz was in the barrier at the Hungarian Grand Prix, losing the rear end of his SF21 into the final turn during qualifying, sending him into the barriers with a whack.

Two race weekends later, at the Dutch Grand Prix, he again lost the rear of the car, crashing into the top barrier at the banked Turn 3 during practice.

A week later he was nose-first into the barrier at the Monza circuit, again during practice, having lost control through the middle part of the Ascari chicane.

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