Good news from Ferrari

Good news from Ferrari

This Wednesday, the Italian team Ferrari announced the return, for the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, of its Spanish driver Carlos Sainz, recovered from his appendicitis operation.

Carlos Sainz is back. This Wednesday, the news was announced by the Italian team Ferrari, during its presentation of the next race: “Carlos Sainz should be back in the car, after having to miss Jeddah due to appendicitis. » His little protégé should be able to hold his place for the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which will take place this weekend, on the Albert Park street circuit in Melbourne, after recovering from an operation on the ‘appendicitis.

This operation forced the Spaniard to withdraw from the last Formula 1 race which took place in Saudi Arabia. During this race, it was the young Briton Oliver Bearman (18 years old), reserve driver, who replaced him. A replacement which impressed, to the extent that, for the very first race of his career in Formula 1, Oliver Bearman took an impressive seventh place in the final. Sainz being visibly recovered, Bearman will therefore go down to the lower level, in Formula 2.

Sainz to leave Ferrari at end of season

Carlos Sainz took part in the very first race of this new Formula 1 season, near Bahrain, with, at the finish, a third place, behind the Red Bull of the Dutchman Max Verstappen, winner ahead of his teammate, the Mexican Sergio Perez. In Jeddah, Red Bull achieved another double. This time, the podium was completed by Carlos Sainz’s teammate at Ferrari, Monegasque Charles Leclerc.

Regarding this future Australian Grand Prix, the Italian team hopes to once again be able to be at the front, as confided by Frenchman Frédéric Vasseur, the director of this team, in comments reported by AFP : “We hope to be at the forefront on this circuit, which could produce a hierarchy similar to that observed in Jeddah. » This 2024 season is Carlos Sainz’s last at Ferrari. At the end of this exercise, the Spaniard will give way to Briton Lewis Hamilton, seven-time world champion and current resident of the Mercedes team.

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