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Carlos Sainz 'feels sorry' for Moto GP riders at a very bumpy Silverstone

Renault Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz says he 'feels sorry' for Moto GP riders who are due to race at Silverstone next month, as the newly resurfaced circuit is 'even bumpier than last year'. Silverstone and the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya were both fully resurfaced this year after requests from Moto GP to iron out bumps, often caused by heavy use, particularly from repeat F1 weekends. However Sainz says the bumps have increased at Silverstone and a number of drivers were caught out in both F1 and Formula 2 practice on Friday. '[It’s] very weird I was expecting a resurface like my friends in Barcelona did,' said the Spaniard. 'They did an amazing job, even too much of a good...
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