"F1 is still very big"

Carlos Sainz wants to score in Australia in his debut with McLaren. He points to Haas as a possible reference for the middle class.

Carlos Sainz is happy, but he wants to put on the overalls and helmet to get on the McLaren and not to complete another photo session. "There are a few hours left ...", says the Spaniard, waiting for his first grand prize with the Woking team, the first time to see where the MCL34 is with respect to its rivals. "Australia is always special for everyone because we come fresh and it shows in the team environment, it's also a city that transmits good vibes, maybe I'm a little more happy about my situation," he explains, and admits that he liked the presentation Downtown Melbourne: "It's new, like the 'Netflix' series, are things that change the course of F1 and give it a breath of fresh air."

Your single-seater arrives "with many small things, but no important visual change, things are coming, as in all the teams, but it will not be a new package like the one Mercedes took to the second week of testing. " His objective, he says, "is always to score independently of the car and the weekend" . He fears the Haas for what he saw in the tests, more than Renault, although he does not rule out "a change of opinion after the free ".

Y, it is obvious, is not Alonso on the grid:" I think the most supportive fan ended up hooking up to Formula 1 and is a fan of the sport as well as an Alonist. And I am also an alonist, I will miss the first one, but F1 is still very big. It is the motor sport with the most fans in the world and the fastest cars in history and they have Carlos Sainz, who is going to try give everything to give a good show on the track ".

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