He never needed the trust of others to be a relevant figure in Formula 1 and it has been his talent, along with all the work in the shadows, which
He never needed the trust of others to be a relevant figure in Formula 1 and it has been his talent, along with all the work in the shadows, which has led to Carlos Sainz has become one of the most outstanding pilots of Big circus nowadays. His performance in the last season, first dressed in red with Ferrari, has made the Madrid man hard-earned a renovation with those of Maranello which is in process but also has made merits to be able to make requests. Because not only did he fulfill the plans, but he finished ahead of the first sword of the Scuderia, his partner Charles Leclerc.
Sainz closed 2021 as the first of the rest, he added a total of 164.5 points, 5.5 more than the Monegasque, and was able to convince Ferrari’s top officials on Sundays with an earlier adaptation than expected, an unquestionable ability to make a team and an essential security in Maranello to bring the necessary experience that will lead them to a winning car with which they can fight for everything from a 2022 marked by the change of regulation.
Sainz’s dream, win dressed in red, still more alive than ever. After his four podiums in 2021 (Monaco, Hungary, Russia and Abu Dhabi), the Spaniard is looking for the next step and next season is an opportunity to visit that highest step of the podium, in which rivals also see him. “Charles (Sainz) it is a pilot. It’s only a matter of time before I start to win careers, “he confessed in GP Fans Zak Brown, McLaren CEO and former boss of the Madrilenian in the Woking team, convinced of the possibilities of the current Ferrari driver. What do you need? “A car that is moderately competitive to win.”
The American leader is aware of how far a pilot can go, whom he had under his tutelage for two years (2019 and 2020). “He will be at the top of the podium, I am convinced”, Brown continues to argue with complete confidence, more cautious when talking about the similarity that is established between the Ferrari hierarchy and that of McLaren, advocating both teams for a younger driver and another veteran: “It doesn’t bother me or bother me do the same, I have only paid attention to them in the time table. “ Brown assures that those of Maranello “have two good pilots” and once again highlights the performance of a Carlos Sainz “who has done a sensation job, it is no surprise”.