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The FIA will examine Carlos Sainz’s seatbelt after the Ferrari driver was thrown forward as he hit the barrier in FP2 at the Monza circuit.
Carlos Sainz says that he has a “pretty clear” view on the crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at the Italian Grand Prix.
Crashing in three of the last four grands prix weekends, Carlos Sainz says they all had nothing in common with “three separate causes”.
Carlos Sainz says he was not comfortable with his Ferrari at all at Monza, saying the rear-end of the SF21 is a weakness for him.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz both thought a podium had been on the cards for Ferrari at their home race at Monza, but it was not to be.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz emerged satisfied from a sprint qualifying where both drivers’ participation had been in doubt – for different reasons.
Carlos Sainz says his father is the perfect example to follow in order to ensure his Formula 1 career is a lengthy one.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto is keen not to overreact to Carlos Sainz’s frustrating lack of pace at the Dutch Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso managed to pass Carlos Sainz on the last lap at Zandvoort to take P6, but the move almost ended badly for both drivers.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz was left extremely frustrated after limping his way through the Dutch Grand Prix with a lack of pace.
Running just 20cm away from where he should have been, Carlos Sainz says he “deserved to crash” in FP3 at the Zandvoort circuit.
Charles Leclerc was left regretting his request for more wing at Zandvoort, feeling the decision denied him P4 on the grid.
Carlos Sainz has joined the calls for the Belgian Grand Prix crowd to be recompensed for the farcical events on race day at Spa.
Carlos Sainz has reaffirmed his dissatisfaction over half-points being awarded to the top 10 at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz supported how race day in Belgium was handled by the FIA, except for the decision to award half points.
Carlos Sainz admitted that something was “not quite right” on Saturday, after both Ferrari drivers qualified outside the top 10 at Spa.
Carlos Sainz has said it is too simplistic to suggest that Ferrari’s problems this season are down to how the team looking after tyres.
Carlos Sainz says he and Ferrari left no stone unturned when the team suffered tyre issues throughout the French Grand Prix in June.
Helmut Marko has said Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen were “very evenly matched” when paired together at Toro Rosso.
Carlos Sainz says the roar of F1 engines no longer gives him “goose bumps” like it used to – but insists the noise factor should not be “over-estimated”.
Carlos Sainz has spoken confidently about his speed relative to his team-mates in his career, saying he has never felt inferior to anyone in the same car.
Our review of Ferrari’s first half of the 2021 season, in which they have shown considerable improvement from last year.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says the next step for Carlos Sainz is to deliver a complete weekend performance without mistakes.
Despite doubling his F1 podium tally in the first half of this season, Carlos Sainz does not think he has reached peak consistency with Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz Sr says Carlos Jr knows his “phone number” if he needs to talk but that this is “his life, his challenge, his passion”.
Carlos Sainz believes that Ferrari are making good progress and will be ready to challenge for the title next season.
Carlos Sainz thinks one of the keys to Ferrari beating McLaren this year will be himself producing ‘complete’ race weekend performances.
Mattia Binotto is happy that Carlos Sainz questioned his team’s strategy for him at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
With Carlos Sainz back on the podium in Hungary, Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari have “the best line-up on the grid”.
Carlos Sainz says he considered giving Fernando Alonso a DRS boost in Hungary – to protect his own podium prospects from Lewis Hamilton.