Carlos Sainz Despite his recent spate of crashes this season, he’s backing himself to perform and deliver for Ferrari at the 2022 F1 Miami Grand Prix.
Sainz either crashes or spins out of control after impressive start to campaign with two podium finishes in Middle East Melbourne, Imola and Miami. His most recent diversion was during FP2 at Miami International Speedway.
Despite the odds, the Spaniard helped Ferrari to its first one-two in qualifying since the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix. After the meeting, Carlos Sainz was asked if his recent crash had dented his confidence levels. The 27-year-old said:
“I mean, if anything, show today that confidence is not a limitation, because I’m not going to go there and push like I used to. I’m not going to go there and push like I did yesterday. As you mentioned, the confidence is still there, That’s why I’m still pushing, I’m still pushing myself to improve this car and challenge myself to drive differently on certain corners, try to change the settings here, there is more to my liking, so the confidence is there , I think it’s a matter of putting everything together and getting the weekend in order as well.”
Sainz, who recently signed a two-year contract extension with Ferrari, went on to add:
“I haven’t done it in the last few races so far and this weekend is another great example, so it will come. It’s still a long season. I think I’ve gotten there, I think you’ve seen it, I’ve seen the improvement over the last three races, I think I’m driving better, I feel like I’m competitive whenever I’m on track. All the things that are so tough put together, and I’m going to work for the future.”
‘I think I still have a lot of time’ – Carlos Sainz inspired by Real Madrid’s late comeback in Champions League
Ferrari Driver Carlos Sainz is hoping to come back from Real Madrid’s corner after failing to score in the final two games of the season.
Spaniards are in awe of the 13 European champions as they beat English side Manchester City 13 times Dramatic late comeback victory into their 17th final.
Carlos Sainz, a big Los Blancos fan, compared their fortunes to his own ahead of the fifth round in Miami. He said:
“It’s not like I need to be real [Madrid] prove [to] I think you can turn things around quickly in movement, but this is a great example of how movement works. Sometimes you go through a tough patch and suddenly you need to click and something changes and you always believe it and it always happens. Real Madrid have five minutes left and I have 19 games left. So, I think I still have a lot of time. “
The 27-year-old is currently fifth in the World Drivers’ Championship standings with 38 points from the first four rounds of the season.He wants to increase the number when the lights go out 2022 F1 Miami Grand Prix.