Carlos Sainz: the Spanish driver signs a new contract with Ferrari until the 2024 Formula 1 season


Carlos Sainz remains at Ferrari until the end of the 2024 F1 season; He’s currently third in the drivers’ standings after a disappointing Australian GP; His teammate, Charles Leclerc currently leads the championship with 34 points

Last update: 21/04/22 09:07

Carlos Sainz has signed a new contract with Ferrari, keeping him with the Italian team until the end of the 2024 F1 season.

The Spanish driver, who joined as a replacement for Sebastian Vettel in 2021, has formed a much-loved partnership with Charles Leclerc since his arrival and his previous contract was due to expire this year.

His renewal was confirmed ahead of the Emilia-Romagna GP at Ferrari’s home, with Sainz attached for another two years.

Sainz is currently third in the championship after Ferrari’s superb start to the season, 38 points behind leader Leclerc.

Sainz impressively beat his Monaco team-mate in his first year in red, but had a tough start to the year by comparison despite Ferrari’s competitive new car and pulled out of the Australian GP.

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