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Carlos Sainz

Who should Sainz join for 2025?

Carlos Sainz has significant interest from both Williams and Audi but who should he join for the 2025 F1 season?

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Carlos Sainz has a big decision to make in the coming weeks, with the Spaniard having still not confirmed where he will be racing in 2025. 

He has found himself in this position due to Ferrari not extending his contract beyond the end of this season, following the high-profile signing of Lewis Hamilton who will join the Italians next year. 

Red Bull is no longer an option with Sergio Perez having been retained, and a seat at Mercedes looks unlikely due to the Silver Arrows' teenage sensation Andrea Kimi Antonelli. 

Sainz appears to have two options: Audi or Williams. His father races for the German manufacturer in the gruelling Dakar rally, whilst Williams team principal James Vowles has outlined that Sainz is its main target

At Audi, Sainz would be part of a new project, whilst at Williams he will be at an outfit with a young and hungry team boss eager to return to the front of the field. 

Who do you think Sainz should sign for? 

Have your say in the poll below!

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