Carlos Sainz Jr.

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Carlos Sainz Jr. Made It Here All by Himself

In Formula 1, every serious 2022 championship contender but one is either a former champion poached by another elite team or a homegrown talent developed from the ground up by a major program to eventually win a title. That one exception is Carlos Sainz Jr. This is the sixteenth installment...
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Autosport 2021 Top 50: #7 Carlos Sainz Jr

A fine first year in red, where he managed the switch to a new team better than any of the other four drivers who made new homes in 2021. He was shaded in qualifying by Charles Leclerc – no shame in that – but his performances against the clock got better as the year went on.
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Carlos Sainz jr, special day with the Pro-Am

A golf lesson, with Rickie Fowler and Ian Poulter 'masters' of exception. Carlos Sainz jr, a Spanish Ferrari driver, played the Pro-Am of the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba (PGA Tour tournament) in Mexico, receiving advice from two "green" champions. Carlos Sainz jr, golf. And he did it just...
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At Ferrari, Carlos Sainz Jr. Has The Opportunity He Waited For

When Carlos Sainz Jr. left Red Bull Racing's development program for Renault in 2017, he had a dream of a bright future on a growing team that could take him further than Red Bull's opportunity to eventually partner with Max Verstappen ever could. He surprised at Renault, then impressed in another good opportunity at McLaren. Last Summer, he got the opportunity of a lifetime: Ferrari chose to move on from four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, and Sainz got the call to join Formula 1's most storied team.