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Mattia Binotto has explained that a traffic light issue was the reason for Carlos Sainz’s slow pit-stop at the Turkish Grand Prix.
Mattia Binotto felt “a bit bitter” as Ferrari gave up on the gamble of Charles Leclerc completing the Turkish GP without a pit stop.
Racing his way from the back of the grid to P8 in Turkey, Carlos Sainz says there is definitely “something” in Ferrari’s new power unit.
Carlos Sainz said his plan was to get another driver knocked out in Q1 – and it just so happened to be a main rival in Daniel Ricciardo.
The early pace of Charles Leclerc in Turkey has left Carlos Sainz with “regret” that he is not up there fighting with him for Ferrari.
One of the stars in last year’s slippery Turkish GP, Charles Leclerc hopes the water-blasting of the circuit won’t have too much of an impact.
Carlos Sainz is dreaming of regular podium battles next season and has even picked the driver he most wants to race against – Fernando Alonso.
Carlos Sainz says he is “excited” to be starting the Turkish Grand Prix from the back of the grid and is feeling confident.
Carlos Sainz will indeed take the latest Ferrari engine for the Turkish Grand Prix, which Mattia Binotto will not attend.
Despite enjoying an excellent first season with the team, Carlos Sainz says he still doesn’t fully understand his Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz has been roundly regarded as the driver to adjust best to a new team this season, and he has done so at Ferrari without fear.
After Charles Leclerc took a grid penalty for having an upgraded Ferrari engine installed, Carlos Sainz looks set to follow suit in Turkey.
After finishing the race in P3, Carlos Sainz says the Russian Grand Prix was his best weekend since joining Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz will have Ferrari’s new engine as “soon as possible” after the Spaniard bemoaned how easily he lost the lead in Russia.
Carlos Sainz is adamant that the next time he leads a race, he does not want to see it slip away so easily like it did in Russia.
Toto Wolff has backed George Russell to take the lead at the start of the Russian GP with Lewis Hamilton following him through.
Lining up alongside his friend on the front row in Russia, Carlos Sainz reckons his battle off the line against Lando Norris will be “fun”.
With McLaren winning in Italy, Carlos Sainz reckons only “time will tell” if he made the wrong choice leaving the Woking team for Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz says he feels “disappointed” his words were misconstrued in recent comments about his Ferrari credentials.
Carlos Sainz is adamant he doesn’t want to be Ferrari’s next Rubens Barrichello, he wants to be a “champion with Ferrari”.
Carlos Sainz has said he is not 100 per cent certain as to whether Ferrari’s new engine will be ready in time for the Turkish Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz said he is definitely trying to emulate part of team-mate Charles Leclerc’s driving style at Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz has admitted to conflicting emotions about seeing his former team McLaren end their nine-year victory drought at Monza.
Neither Charles Leclerc nor Carlos Sainz were impressed by Monza’s sprint qualifying, saying changes need to be made.
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.