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Carlos Sainz Biography, Wiki, Age, Weight, Height, Car Collection Net Worth, Career

Carlos Sainz Biography: Carlos Sainz Vázquez de Castro, also known as Carlos Sainz Jr. or just Carlos Sainz, is a Spanish racing driver currently driving for Scuderia Ferrari in Formula One.

Carlos Sainz Biography

Carlos Sainz Biography: Carlos Sainz Jr. was born in Madrid, Spain, on September 1, 1994, to Monic Sainz and two-time World Rally Champion driver Carlos Sainz Sr. He began his racing career in karting at a young age. Sainz won the Asia-Pacific KF3 title and finished second in the Spanish Championship 2008. He won the Junior Monaco Kart Cup the following year and finished second in the European KF3 Championship.

Carlos Sainz Biography

Carlos Sainz Wiki

Carlos Sainz Jr. was born in Madrid, Spain, on September 1, 1994.

NameCarlos Sainz
Date Of BirthSeptember 1, 1994
Birth PlaceMadrid, Spain
Height5ft 8inch
Weight66Kg
Zodiac SignVirgo
ProfessionRacing Driver
Net Worth$50 Million
Car CollectionFerrari 812 Competizione, McLaren 720s, McLaren 600LT, Ferrari Roma, Volkswagen Golf GTI

Carlos Sainz Net Worth

Carlos Sainz Jr. is a wealthy Spanish car racer with a net worth of $50 million.

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Carlos Sainz Biography

Carlos Sainz Career

Carlos Sainz competed in the Euro Series and the British Formula 3 championships in 2012. He earned two podiums and two pole positions while driving for Carlin in the first championship. In the second championship, he won four races and achieved nine podium finishes while driving for Carlin. In 2013, Sainz competed in the GP3 series for Arden. Despite some encouraging signs, he had a difficult season, finishing 10th with 66 points. Sainz began competing in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2013. After a poor season defined by multiple retirements, he recovered incredibly in 2014. Sainz, who now drives for the French squad DAMS, won the championship with 227 points.

Sainz made his Formula One debut with Toro Rosso in 2015. His season was full of ups and downs, including electrical failures, fuel pressure issues, and power unit problems. Ultimately, he finished 15th in the Drivers’ Championship in his first F1 season. In 2016, Sainz performed slightly better, finishing in 12th place. Following a shaky start to the 2017 season, he switched to Renault and ultimately finished ninth in the Drivers’ Championship.

Sainz enhanced his performance during the first eight races of the 2018 season, qualifying in the top ten for each. Ultimately, he scored points in 13 of the 19 races he completed, placing him tenth in the Drivers’ Championship. Despite this relative success, Sainz was replaced at Renault at the end of the season by Daniel Ricciardo. Sainz had his most successful season. At the Brazilian Grand Prix, he began in last place but was able to advance to fourth, earning his first F1 podium finish. With 96 points, Sainz completed the season in sixth place. He achieved his first F1 best lap at the Grand Prix of Styria and his second F1 podium at the Grand Prix of Italy in 2020. Sainz again finished sixth in the Drivers’ Championship, this time with 105 points.

Sainz won his first Formula One race and pole position at the 2022 British Grand Prix. He won his second Formula One race in 2023, after starting from pole position for the fifth time in his career.

Carlos Sainz Ferrari Career

Sainz joined Ferrari in 2021. He finished on the podium multiple times during that season, including at the Hungarian and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix. Sainz finished the season in fifth position with 164.5 points, his best finish in the Drivers’ Championship. In 2022, he improved as a driver and finished second at the Canadian Grand Prix before claiming his first F1 victory at the British Grand Prix. Sainz finished fifth in the Drivers’ Championship for the second year in a row, but this time with a career-high 246 points.

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