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Carlos Sainz Jr.’s 2015 Spanish GP Display Justifies His Signing by Toro Rosso

Carlos Sainz Jr. shouldn't have been in Formula One this year. He should have been in exile in the DTM, on the outside looking in. He should have been in the World Endurance Championship, racing alongside his fellow has-beens, or in Formula E, the place where the souls of the ghosts of F1's recent past go to die. He should have been clinging on to the dream, joining the rat race of GP2, or escaping the bubble entirely by heading to the United States and a life in IndyCar. Or perhaps he should have been sat at home, taking a year out, contemplating his next move and wondering whether his F1 career was over before it had even begun at the age of just 20. Of all those taken by surprise by Scuderia Toro Rosso's signing of 16-year-old Max Verst...

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