A fortnight ago Sainz had to miss the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix due to appendicitis, facing a battle to regain fitness for Melbourne’s third race of the season.But while the Spaniard admitted he wasn’t physically at 100 percent, that didn’t stop him from qualifying second behind Max Verstappen.And when Verstappen hit brake trouble from the start of the race, Sainz pounced to break the Dutchman’s …Keep reading