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Crossroads for Carlos Sainz
Navigate between achieving results for McLaren, mitigating Alonso's emptiness and launching a flash in his fifth year in F1
The old caravan of the alonsismo, that diverse amalgam of journalists, sponsors and satellites that followed the Asturian all over the world, walks these days in Montmeló scattered and aimlessly. Missing the reference of a charismatic and global leader like Fernando Alonso, a guy who speaks little but always with determination and juice. It is Formula 1 without the creative that popularized it. It still exists in Barcelona with its unchanged codes (Mercedes commands ahead of Ferrari and Red Bull; and the others, in another division) and a Spaniard in Liza, Carlos Sainz.
The Madrid navigates at a crossroads that is not easy: get results for a power like McLaren and seal the gap left by Alonso between the Spanish fans.
Carlos Sainz is asked by his friends and advisors of the paddock to emit signals, to throw some flash of his talent and throw on the track, to forget the opinion of the media and fall in love with his piloting and his ways to the team leaders , Toto Wolff (Mercedes F1 boss), Mattias Binotto (Ferrari), Helmut Marko (Red Bull) or Zak Brown (McLaren).
"You have me and I hope F1 remains alive in Spain," he told reporters. «We must remain hopeful. I will do everything I can.
Every time he talks to him, Sainz remembers that he began to drive for the successes of Fernando Alonso, for the fascination he generated. «When I was ten or eleven I did not know very well the dimension my father had. The rallies were not on television. Formula 1, yes ».
Three years in Toro Rosso, one in Renault and now in Mclaren in his fifth season in F1, they have placed Sainz in pressure mode. He himself demands results as a McLaren driver. He moved to South London, near the team headquarters, and at McLaren they are very satisfied with their total dedication. Yesterday Zak Brown, the CEO of the team remembered him. Thanks to the withdrawal of Alonso, Sainz can continue in F1. Otherwise, it would not have had a place. Unlinked from Red Bull, he has got time. Two years of contract with McLaren to demonstrate his ability.