Sainz coasted onto the run off on the exit of Flip 4 as his engine started to implode which in the end brought on a scary hearth whereas the Spaniard tried to clamber out of the automobile.
The failure got here as a bitter blow as a charging Sainz was prone to go Verstappen to finish a Ferrari 1-2 headed by team-mate Charles Leclerc, who went on to take the chequered flag from Verstappen.
Sainz admitted there was no warning indicators that his engine was about to run out and was left to lament a missed alternative for a “large” consequence for the Maranello crew.
“As quickly because it occurred actually, there was nothing coming from the engine that this was about to occur,” Sainz advised Sky Sports activities F1.
“It was very sudden and I’m bit a misplaced for phrases as a result of it’s a large loss on factors and it could have been an enormous consequence for the crew. I feel it could have been a simple 1-2.
“There may be harm for positive which isn’t preferrred. It’s one thing that we have to take a look at. The tempo was there, the degradation was very low on our automobile, we have been quick so. I’ll take it and switch the web page as quickly as doable.”
Carlos Sainz, Ferrari, walks away from his automobile after a hearth
Photograph by: Andy Hone / Motorsport Images
That is the most recent of a sequence of Ferrari engine failures this season which has resulted within the Scuderia throwing away worthwhile factors in each the drivers’ and constructors’ title race.
It may additionally come again to hang-out Sainz later within the season with the potential for engine penalties on the horizon after probably shedding an engine from his pool.
Sainz additionally felt this engine failure was more durable to simply accept given Ferrari had the tempo edge over its rivals Purple Bull at their residence circuit.
“For positive it’s harder to take as a result of we have been about to chop the factors to the leaders of the championship, each Max and Purple Bull,” he added.
“We have been about to do a really large consequence for the crew and one of many vehicles DNF’d, so it’s heartbreaking, however we have to maintain pushing. There’s a lengthy season forward.”