F1 fans convinced over outrageous Carlos Sainz theory after Australian Grand Prix

Carlos Sainz celebrates winning the Australian Grand

Matt Hobkinson

Carlos Sainz’s cheeky suggestion that each driver ought to have their appendix eliminated following his Australian Grand Prix victory has led to F1 fans getting behind the Ferrari star’s outrageous concept.

Sainz claimed victory for the Scuderia in Melbourne after Max Verstappen retired from the race on the third lap on account of points together with his right-rear brake.

It was the primary grand prix again for the Spaniard since he underwent an operation to take away his appendix simply 16 days in the past.

Speaking after the race, Sainz playfully mentioned: “I’d advocate the entire drivers to take [their appendix] out this winter!”

Yet it didn’t take lengthy for the 29-year-old’s remark to generate traction on social media as F1 fans rallied behind the concept it was the appendix that was getting in his approach.

“Turns out that that appendix was what was holding him again,” one fan wrote on X (previously often called Twitter), whereas one other mentioned: “Everybody on the F1 grid is contemplating having their appendix taken out now.”

Some even joked about taking inspiration for their very own life, as a 3rd wrote: “So what I’m listening to is that I ought to ditch my appendix and issues will begin understanding for me?”

Sainz was joined on the rostrum by teammates previous and current as Ferrari star Charles Leclerc and McLaren driver Lando Norris rounded off the highest three.

Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, in the meantime, each failed to complete the race. Hamilton retired the automobile on account of an engine problem whereas Russell crashed out on the final lap as he regarded to overhaul Fernando Alonso.

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