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Carlos Sainz’s Manager Maintains Uncertainty About His Future

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Carlos Oñoro stated that there will be no updates in the coming weeks, although he confirmed that he has received several offers.

The Formula 1 ‘silly season’ is one of the most active in recent years, starting even before the season began with the announcement of Lewis Hamilton as a Ferrari driver for 2025.

This surprising signing triggered a domino effect, beginning with Carlos Sainz’s departure from Ferrari, which led to endless speculation about the Spanish driver’s next destination, still unconfirmed.

The Ferrari driver, as pointed out by his manager Carlos Oñoro, is in no hurry and has “quite a few” good offers.

“Let’s just say it’s an interesting period right now,” he explained on the F1 Nation podcast, according to SPORT.

Sainz is having a strong start to the season, including a victory at the Australian Grand Prix. This performance ensures he will have a competitive seat, whether at Mercedes or with Audi’s new project, although he would still face a year at Sauber in 2025 as a teammate to the recently signed Nico Hulkenberg.

This project is increasingly viable, also considering his father, Carlos Sainz’s, relationship with Audi, though nothing is official at the moment.

For now, the current Ferrari driver is focused on the championship, while the ‘silly season’ continues.

“The driver market has been all over the place lately and I think we’ll see some movement in the coming weeks. But for now, the juggling continues,” Oñoro said on F1 Nation, making it clear that no decision has been made and will not be revealed in the coming weeks.

“You can sleep well between China and Miami, don’t worry,” he stated, adding that “there won’t be big news, at least not from our side, for sure. We’re still playing, so we’ll see.”

Carlos Sainz and his father were at Jerez this past weekend, becoming one of the highlights of the Spanish GP. They visited several boxes, such as Aprilia and Gresini of the Márquez brothers, with whom they share a close friendship.

Next Saturday, it will be Sainz’s turn to continue his progression at the Miami GP. It will be the first race of the season on U.S. soil and will also feature a sprint race.

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