Sainz senior looks at his son with pride and hopes for Ferrari: ‘A leap forward must be made’

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Sainz senior looks at his son with pride and hopes for Ferrari: 'A leap forward must be made'

Carlos Sainz senior is proud of the progress his son has made in his Formula 1 career. Carlos Sainz junior will compete in his tenth season in the premier class of motorsport this coming season and will do so again for the Ferrari team. Sainz senior has confidence in his son’s abilities, but he hopes that Ferrari will be able to take a step forward next season.

Sainz senior can currently be found in Saudi Arabia, where he is participating in the Dakar Rally for the seventeenth time. The Spaniard is currently the leader in the standings and can win the Dakar Rally for the fifth time in his career this year. The 61-year-old driver has to do that this year without the support of his son. Sainz junior is currently preparing for the new Formula 1 season, in which the Madrilenian hopes that Ferrari can take a step.

Sainz senior is also not present at all of his son’s races, but he does of course follow Formula 1 closely. The rally driver is clearly proud of the Ferrari driver and hopes that the Italian racing team can find some extras. “What I appreciate about Carlos is that he always keeps improving,” Sainz senior is quoted by Autosprint. ‘He is still young, but already has a lot of experience. I think he is at his best right now, even considering his age. There are drivers who stop growing at a certain point, but he manages to make progress every year.”

Sainz senior hopes to join Ferrari

Ferrari finished third in the constructors’ championship last year. The Scuderia naturally wants to try to dethrone Red Bull Racing next season. Sainz junior has already shown that he can beat Charles Leclerc, so his father’s eyes are on Ferrari. ‘I have confidence that Ferrari will be able to take the missing step. The 2024 car must be better than the SF-23. A leap forward must be made,” said Sainz senior.

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