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Carlos Sainz’s Shocking Answer after His Contract Rumors

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With the announcement that seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton will join Ferrari for the 2025 season, Carlos Sainz is in search of a new team for next year. However, recent reports claiming that he has already signed with Williams have left him amused and somewhat frustrated.

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In a press conference ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz addressed the rumors head-on. He stated, “The only thing I can tell you is there is nothing locked in.” He went on to explain that he had seen media reports suggesting he had already signed contracts with other teams in the past. “I remember seeing reports three months ago that I had signed for Mercedes, reports that I had signed for Red Bull,” he said. “Now obviously those places are not going to happen.”

Carlos Sainz found it amusing that now people were claiming he had signed with Williams. He expressed concern that such claims could go “unpunished” in the media. “It makes me laugh knowing that sometimes this goes a bit unpunished in a way,” Carlos Sainz added. “I can just tell you that obviously concerns me that people can get away with that kind of stuff without being backed or anything like that.”

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Carlos Sainz teammate Optimistic About Ferrari’s Progress: A Title-Winning Year Ahead?

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Charles Leclerc, the talented Monegasque driver representing Scuderia Ferrari in Formula 1, has been making waves with his recent performances. After securing a stunning victory at the Monaco Grand Prix, Leclerc believes that Ferrari is on an upward trajectory and could be a serious contender for the championship this year.

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Leclerc’s victory in Monaco was significant for both him and the team. It marked his first win in nearly two years and showcased Ferrari’s progress. Earlier in the season, Ferrari introduced a new package at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, which Leclerc utilized to finish third. The signs were there, and Monaco validated their efforts. Leclerc stated, “I feel that the turning point of the season has been a few races ago already.”

With Max Verstappen leading the drivers’ championship, Leclerc acknowledges the challenge but remains optimistic. He believes that Ferrari’s recent upgrades can help close the gap. “We’ve had two qualifyings where I struggled at the beginning of the season,” Leclerc explained. “But from then on, I worked on my qualifying pace, and since then, I’m extremely happy with the job we are doing.”

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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