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1994-09-01 (age 25)
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Sainz: TV doesn't do "amazing" generation of F1 cars justice

Television images are not doing justice to the ‘amazing’ current generation of Formula 1 cars, reckons McLaren’s Carlos Sainz.

Sainz: Too early to judge how strong Ferrari will be in 2021

Carlos Sainz Jr. says it is “way too early” to judge how strong Ferrari will be once he joins in 2021 despite its poor start to the Formula 1 season.

Sainz "will need some help" to hand McLaren another podium

Carlos Sainz thinks he "will need some help" to convert his third starting spot in the Styrian Grand Prix into a second consecutive podium for the McLaren Formula 1 team, but believes the strength of the Woking team's package allows it to grab any opportunities that may arise.

Sainz admits qualifying was "very stressful" after P3 finish

Carlos Sainz says the wet qualifying for the Styrian Grand Prix created a stressful situation, but credited his McLaren team for guiding him to his best career qualifying result.

Seidl would take McLaren driver clash as "personal attack"

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl would see it as a “personal attack” if drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris were to clash on-track this year.

McLaren to keep "open book" approach with Sainz through 2020

McLaren has no concerns about remaining open on information with Carlos Sainz through the 2020 Formula 1 season despite his planned move to Ferrari for next year.

My job in F1: Driver’s physio

There are people you don't see on TV, but who help the Formula 1 circus keep the show on the road. Here, Motorsport.com brings you their story. This week it’s Rupert Manwaring, the performance coach of McLaren’s Carlos Sainz.

Sainz will need to cope with Ferrari 'anxiety' - Barrichello

Rubens Barrichello believes managing anxiety is one of the biggest challenges Carlos Sainz will face ahead of his move to Ferrari for the 2021 Formula 1 season.

The race that meant Ferrari could not ignore Sainz

In the most recent Formula 1 classic race, a grand prix which only sparked to life late on, the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix gave Carlos Sainz his moment in the sun which he celebrated in the darkness of a post-race podium and led to Ferrari to come knocking.

Why Leclerc/Sainz line-up won't solve Ferrari's biggest problem Prime

Why Leclerc/Sainz line-up won't solve Ferrari's biggest problem

Ferrari fans excited by the potential of new blood arriving in 2021 should remember that the team's wait for a first Formula 1 title since 2008 goes on. And there's one key non-driver reason behind this long drought

What kind of Ferrari driver will Sainz be? Prime

What kind of Ferrari driver will Sainz be?

Carlos Sainz is expected to be typecast in the supporting role to Charles Leclerc at Ferrari in 2021. But the tenacious Spaniard's fighting spirit stands to make him much more than just the number two driver

No “bad blood” at McLaren over Sainz departure, says Brown

McLaren Formula 1 team boss Zak Brown believes that his team will be a happier place than the two rival outfits that will also go through the 2020 season with a driver who is known to be leaving.

How Sainz went from the fringes to Ferrari in two years Prime

How Sainz went from the fringes to Ferrari in two years

Carlos Sainz's Formula 1 career looked set to be at a crossroads in 2018 when it became clear his tenure at Renault would be a brief one. But after a brilliant 2019 campaign at McLaren, the Spaniard was Ferrari's first pick to replace Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari announces Sainz as Vettel replacement for 2021

Ferrari has confirmed Carlos Sainz will replace Sebastian Vettel at the Formula 1 team for the 2021 season.

Sainz set to replace Vettel at Ferrari for 2021

Carlos Sainz is set to replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for the 2021 Formula 1 season, with an announcement expected later this week.

Verstappen tips Sainz to beat Ricciardo in race for Ferrari seat
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Verstappen tips Sainz to beat Ricciardo in race for Ferrari seat

Max Verstappen does not expect former Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo will replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari, predicting Carlos Sainz will get the seat for 2021 instead.

F1 drivers will "struggle" with necks after hiatus ends

Carlos Sainz believes Formula 1 drivers will struggle with their necks in the first race of 2020 when the sport finally resumes following the COVID-19 crisis.

Sainz and Norris to take voluntary pay cuts

Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris have agreed to take voluntary pay cuts as part of a raft of cost-saving measures put in place by McLaren to help see it through the coronavirus crisis.

Sainz: No issue with "exaggerated" Netflix rivalries

Carlos Sainz says there is no problem with Netflix dramatising rivalries and battles in Formula 1 as the Drive to Survive series continues to boost the sport's popularity.

Sainz goes into voluntary quarantine after Australian GP

Carlos Sainz has admitted he is a 'bit bored' after putting himself into voluntary quarantine on his return from the Australian Grand Prix.

Sainz: Racing Point hiding its full potential

McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz believes Racing Point is masking the pace of its controversial ‘pink Mercedes’ and that it could be among the leading midfield teams this season.

Sainz: McLaren rivals getting "a lot of help" from big teams

Carlos Sainz says it will be always be difficult for McLaren to compete against rivals working with frontrunning outfits, hinting at Racing Point's Mercedes-inspired design.

Sainz admits to early contract talks with McLaren

Carlos Sainz is in “no rush at all” to agree a new contract with McLaren beyond the end of the season, but has already held early conversations about his future.

Gallery: All McLaren F1 cars since 1966

In 1966 Bruce McLaren founded his Formula 1 team which went on to become a world beater, with 12 drivers’ championships and eight constructors’ titles, via 182 grand prix victories – making it the second most successful squad in history. Here are all of its F1 cars…