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Carlos Sainz

Carlos Sainz

Piloto #55

Fecha de nacimiento 1ro de septiembre de 1994
Lugar de nacimiento Madrid, Spain
Nacionalidad Spanish
Grand Prix 60
Pole positions 0
Podios 0
Victorias 0

Carlos Sainz

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Carlos Sainz joined Renault Sport Formula One Team in October 2017, ahead of the United States Grand Prix, for the remainder of the season in preparation for his first full year with the team in 2018. Carlos is no stranger to Renault having won two driver titles – Formula Renault 2.0 NEC in 2011 and Formula Renault 3.5 in 2014 - during his junior years.
He arrived in Enstone as a sought-after talent with a taste for success. He started his Formula 1 career in 2015 at Scuderia Toro Rosso.

2017 Carlos was announced as a Renault Sport Formula One Team driver for 2018 in September 2017 prior to the Singapore Grand Prix, where he took a career-best result of fourth. Before that, Carlos enjoyed eight points-scoring finishes with a notable drive to sixth in Monaco. On his Renault debut, Carlos impressed and claimed what proved to be a highly valuable seventh place in Austin, ultimately putting the team in a positive position to secure sixth place in the Constructors’ standings.
2016 2016 was a bright year for the upcoming Spaniard, showing consistent results throughout the calendar. Five points-scoring finishes from the opening seven races put him in a good position to show-off his talent. He finished the season on 46 points with impressive drives to sixth in Spain, USA and Brazil.
2015 – Formula 1 Carlos made his Formula 1 debut in the 2015 Australian Grand Prix where he took two points courtesy of a ninth-place finish. He would go on to pick up 18 points during his rookie season with a season highlight of seventh in the USA Grand Prix.
2014 – Formula Renault 3.5 Series Carlos switched back to Renault power in 2014 in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series, taking seven victories on his way to the title.
2013 – GP3 Carlos raced for Arden in the GP3 Series, finishing tenth.
2012 – Formula 3 2012 saw Carlos turn his hand to a number of championships, including the British Formula 3 Championship, Formula 3 Euro Series and the European Formula 3 Championship. He finished sixth in Britain despite five wins, ninth in the Euro Series and fifth in the European Formula with a win and five podiums.
2011 – Formula Renault Carlos turned to Renault-powered machinery for the first time as he entered the Formula Renault Eurocup series for Koiranen Motorsport. Carlos impressed by finishing second and best Junior in front of Daniil Kvyat with two wins, six second places and two third places. Also that season, he competed in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup (NEC) taking the title with ten wins to his name – beating Kvyat and Stoffel Vandoorne to top spot.
2010 – Formula BMW Carlos’s single-seater career began in 2010 in the Formula BMW Europe Series. He topped the rookie standings with 227 points, finishing fourth in the overall leaderboard with one win and a further four podiums to his name. Carlos also raced in the Formula BMW Pacific Championship as a wildcard, where he scored three wins and another two podiums.
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