Carlos Sainz, future Ferrari driver: "The bosses of McLaren congratulated me"

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Carlos Sainz Jr., who will join Ferrari the next season, delivered some details on the negotiations between him and Scuderia, and the role of the leaders of McLaren. After two seasons at McLaren, Carlos Sainz to join next most legendary F1 team, Ferrari, where he will replace Sebastian Vettel. A leap into the unknown for the Spaniard, 25, who will discover a fourth team in seven seasons, but also the promise of podiums, even victories. In an interview for the official F1 website, the son of the two-time world rally champion, agreed to say a bit more behind the scenes of the negotiations with the Italian team. Carlos Sainz, an already rich F1 career "When I started to feel Ferrari's interest in me, I went to see Zak (Brown, the CEO of McLaren Racing), explains the future teammate of Charles Leclerc, who was coming to the end of the contract with McLaren but was originally supposed to extend with the English team. And he said, "OK, let's let you talk to Ferrari, stay in touch and see how it all goes." The key to these negotiations was the clarity and open-mindedness of all parties involved. It makes me very proud of the way it was done, and very grateful to Zak and the whole team. & Nbsp; " And when Sainz told the news to his now future ex-bosses, they expressed no resentment: "& Nbsp; They were happy for me, says the Spaniard. They even congratulated me. They said to me, "You deserve it, and I'm sure you will do great things there." These are words of confidence that are always fun to hear. I want to say goodbye to McLaren in the best possible way. I'm going to give everything for this team this year, as I did last year. & Nbsp; ""data-reactid =" 19 "> Carlos Sainz Jr., who will join Ferrari next season, gave some details on the negotiations between him and Scuderia, and the role of McLaren executives. After two seasons at McLaren, Carlos Sainz will join the most legendary F1 team, Ferrari, next season, where he will replace Sebastian Vettel. A leap into the unknown for the 25-year-old Spaniard, who will discover a fourth team in seven seasons, but also the promise podiums and even victories. an interview for the official F1 website, the son of the two-time world rally champion, agreed to say a bit more behind the scenes of the negotiations with the Italian team. Carlos Sainz, an already rich F1 career "When I started to feel Ferrari's interest in me, I went to see Zak (Brown, the CEO of McLaren Racing), explains the future teammate of Charles Leclerc, who was coming to the end of the contract with McLaren but was originally supposed to extend with the English team. And he said, "OK, let's let you talk to Ferrari, stay in touch and see how it all goes." The key to these negotiations was the clarity and open-mindedness of all parties involved. It makes me very proud of the way it was done, and very grateful to Zak and the whole team. " And when Sainz told the news to his now future ex-bosses, they expressed no resentment: "They were happy for me, says the Spaniard. They even congratulated me. They said to me, "You deserve it, and I'm sure you will do great things there." These are words of confidence that are always fun to hear. I want to say goodbye to McLaren in the best possible way. I will give everything for this team this year, as I did last year. "