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Carlos Sainz denies an autograph to a fan for showing him a Barcelona shirt (VIDEO)

The Spanish Carlos Sainzwho occupies the fourth position in the Formula 1 (F1) drivers' championship, went viral after a video circulated in which


The Spanish Carlos Sainzwho occupies the fourth position in the Formula 1 (F1) drivers’ championship, went viral after a video circulated in which the moment in which he denies an autograph to a fan for showing him a T-shirt of the Barcelona.

The controversial moment occurred on the eve of the Hungarian Grand Prix, the next round of the F1 campaign. And it is that the Ferrari steering wheel is a fervent follower of the real Madridwhich made it very clear to this fan.

“I’m not signing that for you,” Sainz told the Blaugrana fan, who laughed at the moment and replied “Forza Barça”, to which the Spaniard, who was in his car, turned “Forza Ferrari, co …”, which generated ridicule from the people who witnessed the moment.

The reaction of the Ferrari driver generated much criticism on social networks, as a user on Twitter wrote Are these of those who promote equality? They already realize that it is just a screen… You are a pilot, a public figure, there are ways of doing things. How sad that he denies him an autograph, that’s bad. “

However, there were also other users who defended the F1 driver’s action by pointing out that it is understandable that he refused to sign a Barcelona jersey if the team of his loves is Real Madrid.

So far in the current Gran Circo campaign, Carlos Sainz has recorded six podium finishes so far (one win, three second places and two third places.

Fernando Alonso, driver with the most laps in F1

the spanish pilot Fernando Alonso keep writing your name in gold letters on the Formula 1because after the French Grand Prix, the weekend, he became the steering wheel with the most laps throughout the history of F1.

the pilot of Alpinewho finished in the sixth step in French lands, reached 18 thousand 672 laps and surpassed Kimi raikkonenwho had 18,621.

Of the flyers who remain active in the Great Circus and have a positive streak in number of laps are the aforementioned Alonso and Lewis Hamilton, who could surpass another achievement in his career in the history of Formula 1, since the Briton has 17 thousand 146 and although it has been mentioned on multiple occasions that he is very close to retirement, he still has time to break another record in his career.

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