Ferrari missed an opportunity to secure a top three starting position for the Australian Grand Prix after a series of miscommunications, says Carlos Sainz Jnr.
What was Fernando Alonso saying to Carlos Sainz Jnr before the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he would “get really angry” if Ferrari were dominating the way Red Bull are and people complained about it.
The second race of the season showed Ferrari are not as close to the pace as they thought they were, Carlos Sainz Jnr admitted.
Ferrari have changed Carlos Sainz Jnr’s engine for the second race of the season, but unlike his team mate he will not take a penalty.
Carlos Sainz Jnr has dismissed the suggestion that Ferrari is in “crisis” but admits the team were unhappy with their result in Bahrain.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he believes Aston Martin will be “in the mix” this weekend but Fernando Alonso says it’s too soon for them to challenge the top teams.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr put up the quickest time of pre-season testing so far in the early session on day two, but Logan Sargeant was less than a tenth of a second behind.
New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur says he will only favour one of their drivers over the other if it improves their title chances.
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Charles Leclerc has worked with new Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur before but Carlos Sainz Jnr says he won’t be at a disadvantage.
Carlos Sainz Jnr earned a contract extension from Ferrari early in 2022, then made a myriad of mistakes. Fortunately, by year’s end, he’d done enough to win back his team’s confidence.
Having been out-scored by his team mate last year, Charles Leclerc led the way in 2022, but Carlos Sainz Jnr raised his game as the season went on.
Ferrari’s drivers filled the top three positions in Formula 1’s single day of post-season testing at Yas Marina Circuit on Tuesday.
Carlos Sainz Jnr accused Lewis Hamilton of “cheeky” driving when he was told to hand a position to Ferrari driver during their tussle over the opening laps in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Ferrari need double podium to beat Mercedes – Sainz • Abu Dhabi ‘could be my last race’ says Ricciardo • Correa surprised by F2 chance
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Formula 1 should change its rules to prevent drivers benefiting from crashes in qualifying.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto explained why the team did not agree to Charles Leclerc’s request for them to swap the running order of their cars.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said his move on Max Verstappen which left the Red Bull driver with a damaged front wing was “fair”.
In the round-up: Sainz admits “big mistakes” cost him front-row start • Szafnauer wants rethink over Gasly’s penalty points • Qualifying disappointment for Alfa Romeo