How Sainz handled Red Bull's snub

How Sainz handled Red Bull's snub

So much more than the son of a World Rally champion, Carlos Sainz Jr is already proving himself as a big name in his own right, at Toro Rosso, and - as he explains here in Autosport's sister publication F1 Racing's regular readers' questions feature - hopefully beyond

When Carlos Sainz Jr first arrived in Formula 1 at the start of 2015 he was best known as the son of the two-time world rally champion legend. But over the course of the following two seasons, Sainz has dropped the 'Jr' and established himself as a competitive racer in his own right.

Overlooked in the shuffle in which his Toro Rosso team-mate Max Verstappen switched to the senior Red Bull team, Sainz has still been impressive.

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