Carlos Sainz to replace Fernando Alonso in McLaren
The F 1 team took to Twitter and posted a photo of Sainz along with the induction announcement
Formula One team McLaren have declared that Renault driver Carlos Sainz would replace the departing member, Fernando Alonso, in their squad. The F 1 team took to Twitter and posted a photo of Sainz along with the induction announcement.
"Carlos Sainz to race for McLaren from 2019," they wrote. Expressing happiness over joining Mclaren, Sainz said that it is like a dream come true. "Extremely happy and proud to announce that I will be joining the @McLarenF1 family next year. Dream come true to drive for such a legendary team!" he tweeted.
The announcement came a day after McLaren driver Fernando Alonso announced that he would bid adieu to racing at the end of the ongoing season. Announcing the news, the 37-year-old driver had said that it is a right time for him to move on after spending 17 wonderful years in this amazing sport. Considered as one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers, Alonso won the F1 world championship titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006. In a career spanning 17 years, McLaren appeared for 302 career races. He won 22 pole positions, 32 races besides also making a staggering 97 finishes.
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