Spaniard Carlos Sainz has so far driven for three teams in F1 with Ferrari set to become his fourth as he enters his seventh year in Formula 1. Sainz is hoping his stint at Ferrari can provide his career with some much-needed stability.
By signing Sainz Ferrari are now about to field its second youngest driver lineup in their storied history. However, with the team having a plethora of talent to choose from its driver academy, Sainz could find some himself replaced after just a few seasons. The Spaniard however, is confident he can find some stability at the Maranello outfit.
"I personally think I'm in the right place, I am looking forward to try and build a bit of stability here at Ferrari," Sainz told RacingNews365.com among others.
"The first couple of months of being very good for me and I've found stability, I found that thing that has worked on me in a really nice manner and I and I'm feeling really comfortable."
Sainz also shed some light on comments he made earlier, regarding him winning the championship in five years saying they were misintepreted.
"First of all, they (his comments) were a bit misinterpreted," Sainz elaborated.
"I wish I was world champion from here to five years, which is a very obvious answer for any Formula One driver but I know it's gonna be a very, very tricky task to do. There's a lot of competition in Formula One nowadays."
Sainz will get his first official taste of the Ferrari later this afternoon (March 12, 2021) when he takes over the SF21 from teammate Charles Leclerc.