Carlos Sainz believes his F1 future could be with Renault despite still being under contract at Red Bull.
Carlos Sainz insists he is not thinking about a potential move to Red Bull in 2019, with his sole focus on impressing with Renault.
Renault have launched their striking 2018 car, the RS18, as the team aim to take the next step towards the front of Formula 1.
Renault's Carlos Sainz will follow in the footsteps of his father by driving the final stage of the famous Monte Carlo rally.
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Felipe Massa has accused Carlos Sainz of deliberately blocking him in the final part of Qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
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Jolyon Palmer says it was sensible to part ways with Renault before the end of the season after the team made clear they wanted Carlos Sainz in their car.
Carlos Sainz believes he can hit the ground running with Renault from the US GP as he leaves Toro Rosso to join his new team.
Jolyon Palmer is leaving Renault with Carlos Sainz replacing him from the next race at the United States GP.
Carlos Sainz will drive for Renault alongside Nico Hulkenberg in 2018 - but only on loan from Red Bull.
Amid the complex McLaren-Renault-Toro Rosso-Honda negotiations, one part of the equation is STR's driver Carlos Sainz.
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Christian Horner has indicated Carlos Sainz is available at the right price - but stressed Daniel Ricciardo nor Max Verstappen aren't.
Daniil Kvyat was involved in another first-lap crash at the British GP - but this time he hit Toro Rosso team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Carlos Sainz says he will welcome talks with Red Bull's bosses in the wake of a stinging response to comments about his future.
Helmut Marko says Carlos Sainz is "confused" and should "focus on driving" as the row around his Toro Rosso future continues.
Carlos Sainz maintains he is ready to make a step up from Toro Rosso after Christian Horner insisted the Spaniard would be remaining with the team in 2018.
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