MADRID, July 28 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Spanish Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) explained that they will need “some help from Red Bull” to fight for the world championship, but he was nonetheless optimistic that “a lot of things can happen at the top”, beginning with the Hungarian Grand Prix.
“It is clear that for Ferrari we have to win the races that Max wants to win. A lot of things can happen at the top, there is always a big fight between the two teams. It will continue like this until.” the end of the season,” he said at the official press conference on the appointment this week.
The native of Madrid ruled out nothing in the World Cup, although Max Verstappen (Red Bull) took 63 points from Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari. “Eventually we still need some help from Red Bull that they don’t finish the race or reliability but it’s open. Until it is possible, you must keep believing and win everything you can. Stay in the fight, in the fight,” he pointed out.
“We will keep trying, developing and improving as a team. What we can learn can be useful for years to come,” added Sainz, who is fourth in the World Cup with 144 points, 163 for Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) and 170 for his buddy Leclerc.
Sainz also referred to Ferrari’s reliability, which cost the Monegasque team a new race last weekend. “We need a clean weekend, like the rest of course, but it’s harder to achieve than people think. The car is good but lacks a bit of reliability and we have 10 races to go and there’s still a long way to go .” to go,” he explained.
On the other hand, the driver from Madrid referred to the announcement of the retirement of the German Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) this Thursday. “I wish him all the best for the future, he will have a lot of fun with his family. Ever since I arrived he has been a role model for me to follow, how professional he was and how I needed to behave in order to be a successful Formula 1 driver.” Always very loving as a driver and person, he doesn’t just become be a great ambassador for sport but also for young people. Everyone loves him,” he said.