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Carlos Sainz assured that the Extreme E goes against his DNA

The Spaniard tells of the challenge that is presented to him when he gets behind the wheel of the ODYSSEY 21 of the electric category.

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The first season in the history of Extreme E, the category of electric SUV that competes in remote places on the planet, has high-caliber names that are part of the championship. Spanish is listed Carlos Sainz, two-time champion of the WRC (1990 and 1992) and winner of the Dakar rally three times (2010, 2018 and 2020).

In a chat with the Latin American and Spanish media carried out virtually prior to the Arctic X-Prix, next Extreme E competition that will take place in Greenland el 28 y 29 August, Sainz referred to the challenge that driving the ODYSSEY 21 with the limits that exist in the category to modify its set-up.

Carlos Sainz
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“Perhaps I have always characterized myself a bit for trying to put the car to my liking and trying to put the car to be as fast as possible. Competing with a car that you are not 100% comfortable with is not easy, but I imagine that it will happen a bit to everyone in this specialty ”, explained the Spanish.

“In my case it is a bit of going against nature, against my DNA, because I have always tried to put it to my liking, to be comfortable, with confidence and here are some parameters that are fixed and you cannot change; You don't have the freedom to do tests, to change a set-up of what could be a shock absorber, to play with the springs, to play with different things ”, Sainz pointed out.

Carlos Sainz“It is hard when you are used to doing it and when you see and know what should be done to have a faster car and above all to have a car that gives you more confidence and feels more comfortable. But since it is the same for everyone and we know the rules beforehand, the only thing you can do with what you have is to adjust it in the best possible way but it actually goes against my way of understanding racing ", Agregó.

Anyway, the pilot of the Activate Sainz Team expect that to change at some point. "I imagine that in the future little by little the hand will open up when it comes to set-up, to be able to do things in the car and I think it will be an appropriate time to have an opportunity to make a difference", he said.

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