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Carlos Sainz, F1 driver

personalia

Spanish
1 September 1994 (28)
Franck Lagorce (1 September 1968)

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statistics

1 (0.6%)
18 (10.7%)
3 (1.8%)
0 (0%)
1st (2022 British Grand Prix)
8
169
162
782.5 (4.6 points per race avg)
9372
89 (0.9%)
3 (1.8%)
34 (20.1%)
2015 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2022 British Grand Prix

about Carlos Sainz

Carlos Sainz Vázquez de Castro audio , known as Carlos Sainz Jr. audio or simply Carlos Sainz, (born 1 September 1994) is a Spanish Formula One racing driver and the son of former double World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz. In 2012 Sainz raced in the British and European Formula 3 championships for Carlin. He raced for DAMS in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2014 winning the championship before moving to F1 with Toro Rosso. In 2017 it was announced that for the 2018 season he will race for the Renault F1 team on a season long loan, whilst still contracted to Red Bull Racing. An early fulfillment of this arrangement was announced during the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix weekend; Sainz would take Jolyon Palmer’s Renault seat beginning with the 2017 United States Grand Prix.


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seasons

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Carlos Sainz

# event constructor
1 2022 British Grand Prix round 10 Ferrari

pole positions Carlos Sainz

# event constructor
1 2022 British Grand Prix round 10 Ferrari
2 2022 Belgian Grand Prix round 14 Ferrari
3 2022 United States Grand Prix round 19 Ferrari

teams & teammates Carlos Sainz

season teammate
2015 Max Verstappen
Toro Rosso compare 2015
2016 Max Verstappen
Daniil Kvyat
Toro Rosso compare 2016
2017 Daniil Kvyat
Pierre Gasly
Brendon Hartley
Nico Hülkenberg
Jolyon Palmer
Toro Rosso compare 2017
2018 Nico Hülkenberg
Renault compare 2018
2019 Lando Norris
McLaren compare 2019
2020 Lando Norris
McLaren compare 2020
2021 Charles Leclerc
Ferrari compare 2021
2022 Charles Leclerc
Ferrari compare 2022

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Following Sunday's season finale, all 10 teams stayed on at the Yas Marina Circuit for Tuesday's nine-hour test day that saw them field two cars each, using one for young drivers and one to help Pirelli with 2023 tyre testing.
After seeing teammate Charles Leclerc set the fastest time in the first half of the day, Sainz took over in his Ferrari F1-75 with around four hours remaining.
The ...

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Leclerc and Perez head into F1's 2022 season finale on equal points, so whoever finishes the highest in Sunday's race will wrap up the position behind sovereign world champion Max Verstappen.
For all its world titles, it would be the first 1-2 finish in the drivers' championship in Red Bull Racing's history, and it would also be the best finish for a Ferrari driver since Sebastian Vettel in ...

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The subject has been discussed for several years but has been brought into focus in recent days by reports that Max Verstappen's frustration with Sergio Perez in Brazil was a result of the Mexican's crash in Monaco qualifying, which brought out a red flag and ended the Dutchman's chances of taking pole.
It has been suggested in the paddock that Verstappen believes Perez crashed ...

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Sainz was running in third place, with teammate Leclerc just behind him on the road, as the laps counted down to the chequered flag at Interlagos.
With Leclerc chasing a second-placed finish in the F1 drivers' championship this year, he came on the team radio to request that the team switch positions to give him extra points.
It was a scenario that had been discussed and approved in the ...

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The Ferrari driver had been charging through the field and was running third as Verstappen ahead of him fell back into the pack.
With Verstappen struggling for performance, Sainz seized the opportunity to force his way past under braking for the Senna Esses on lap 19.
But, as the Spaniard moved past his Red Bull rival through the first left hander, his right-rear tyre made contact with ...

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The FIA confirmed in its regular technical bulletin following the start of opening practice at Interlagos on Friday that Sainz would have a fresh internal combustion engine for the weekend.
It is the sixth new engine that Sainz has taken this season, meaning it will result in a five-place grid penalty.
This will be still applied for Sunday?s grand prix despite it being a sprint race ...

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Red Bull enters this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix chasing its 10th consecutive victory after enjoying a dominant run of form that has left Ferrari without a win since the Austrian Grand Prix on 10 July.
Max Verstappen broke the record for the most wins in a single season with his 14th victory of the year at the last race in Mexico, having wrapped up the drivers' title two rounds earlier in ...

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However, the Spaniard was left frustrated by a lack of pace after he drove a lonely race from fifth on the grid to fifth at the flag, finishing 58 seconds behind winner Max Verstappen, and clear of teammate Charles Leclerc.
From the start of the weekend it was apparent that Ferrari faced compromises on power unit performance at the high altitude circuit, and the team was left struggling behind ...

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Relative to the Red Bull Racing and Mercedes cars, Ferrari came off third-best during qualifying at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez as Sainz could only claim fifth for Sunday's grid ? as Charles Leclerc struggled and qualified seventh behind Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas.
In particular, the Ferraris seemed to struggle in the high-speed Esses and there were instances where the drivers had to ...

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A late failure for Liam Lawson - the F1 rookie replacing Yuki Tsunoda in the AlphaTauri - forced the session to be abandoned four minutes before time to leave Sainz to sit pretty in first.
As Leclerc lapped narrowly adrift, home hero Sergio Perez ran to third as Max Verstappen's progress was hurt by a rare spin for the newly crowned two-time world champion.
With the Autodromo Hermanos ...

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Russell nudged polesitter Sainz into a spin, sending him to the back of the field. The Ferrari driver pitted at the end of the lap and had to retire due to the damage caused in the clash.
Russell was given a five-second penalty that he took at his first pitstop, before going on to finish the race in fifth place, his own performance compromised by damage to his front wing.
Sainz believes ...

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The Mercedes driver knocked pole man Sainz into a spin at Turn 1, leaving the Spaniard?s Ferrari with sufficient damage to put him out of the race.
Russell subsequently received a five-second penalty from the FIA stewards for causing a collision. However, he was hurt even more by front wing damage that meant he didn?t feel comfortable all afternoon.
He eventually finished fifth, and had ...

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Sainz will start ahead of Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.
Sainz?s teammate Charles Leclerc was second quickest in Q3 but has a 10-place grid penalty. Red Bull?s Sergio Perez was fourth fastest but has a 5-place ...

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Sainz edged out Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc by just 0.065 seconds during their final runs in Q3 to claim his third F1 career pole.
Sainz?s maiden pole came at Silverstone in wet conditions, while he inherited first on the grid for the Belgian Grand Prix in August due to grid penalties.
The Spaniard recently vented his frustration over the fine margins he often lost out on pole by at ...

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After finding himself within 0.1-seconds of pole on four occasions in 2022, Sainz pulled it off to top F1 qualifying for the second time in his career after overcoming Leclerc's Q3 run one advantage by 0.065s.
Leclerc's initial best time in the final segment was a 1m34.624s that gave him the top spot provisionally ahead of Sainz, with Lewis Hamilton third after a blistering middle sector and ...

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Despite two attempts running with a fresh set of the quickest soft tyres late into the hour at the Austin track, two-time champion Verstappen was unable to depose the Ferrari of Sainz.
That left the Spaniard to sit pretty by 0.224s as Scuderia teammate Charles Leclerc did not contest the session to make room for F1 rookie and FIA F3 champion Robert Shwartzman.
Meanwhile, Hamilton guided the ...

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Following a disappointing two seasons with McLaren, Ricciardo is leaving the Woking-based squad at the end of this year after both parties agreed a mutual parting of ways to end their contract early.
Ricciardo had originally hoped to be able to secure a race seat for 2023 but, with his options now dwindling ? as only Haas and Williams are left with vacancies ? admitted ...

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The Spaniard had hoped to hit the ground running this year after a strong first season with Ferrari in 2021 where he had few problems adapting to his new surroundings.
However, Sainz found himself on the back foot in the early stages of the campaign as he could not get as comfortable with the F1-75 as teammate Charles Leclerc.
That left him a couple of tenths adrift of Leclerc from the off ...

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Having started from the pitlane, Gasly collected a piece of advertising hoarding that flew off a barrier when Sainz crashed on the first lap, and was forced to pit for a new nose.
A red flag then came out, and Gasly ? running on his own ? was shocked when he passed close to a tractor that had ventured out on track.
The incident was not shown on TV at the time, but a video of it quickly ...

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The Spaniard, who notched his two F1 poles earlier this year at Silverstone and Spa, fell short in the Q3 shootout at Suzuka to slip behind pacesetter Max Verstappen and Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc.
Sainz appeared to have the measure of a scruffy Leclerc throughout the dry running on Saturday but at the death in qualifying, he slipped behind and was 0.057s adrift of Red Bull driver ...

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Ferrari started F1's new era as the main challenger to Red Bull and Max Verstappen, but through various errors and reliability issues, Sainz and Charles Leclerc are stuck at just four wins combined.
Ferrari's last win came in July's Austrian Grand Prix courtesy of Leclerc, while Verstappen continued to run riot and is poised to seal his second world title in this weekend's Japanese Grand ...

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Mercedes? Lewis Hamilton was fastest in FP1, while Sainz set the quickest time of the day under the floodlights in FP2.
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Singapore GP: Hamilton pips Verstappen by 0.084s in FP1
Singapore GP: Sainz leads Ferrari 1-2 in second F1 practice


Singapore Grand Prix FP1 results: Hamilton fastest from ...

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They nevertheless ended up second and fourth behind Sainz, splitting Mercedes pair George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, who had topped the day's earlier FP1 session at the Marina Bay track.
At the start of the only comparably practice session for qualifying and the race given it's night-time start, Valtteri Bottas was the first driver out of the pits as the early runners toured around on the ...

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His teammate Charles Leclerc was fastest in FP1, before Sainz topped FP2 with the fastest time of the day.
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Italian GP: Ferrari tops FP1 as Leclerc outpaces Sainz
Italian GP: Sainz quickest from Verstappen in second F1 practice


Italian Grand Prix FP1 results: Leclerc fastest from ...

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Sainz set his session-topping 1m21.664s lap after a brief red-flag period, taking over from Verstappen by 0.143 seconds with the Dutchman having put in his soft-tyre time attack before the stoppage.
The second hour-long session at Monza on Friday got underway under glorious sunshine with most of the grid electing to run medium rubber.
Sainz set the initial pace with a 1m23.156s before ...

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