Carlos Sainz shows that it is necessary for Ferrari

When the news broke that Lewis Hamilton will defend the colors of Ferraristarting in 2025 and Charles Leclerc will continue with the team, many questions were raised about Carlos Sainz. Several weeks after that “bombshell”, the Spaniard opens everyone's eyes about his future.

The man from Madrid finished behind the two Red Bulls (Verstappen and Sergio Pérez) in Suzuka, where he once again won the game against his teammate Charles Leclerc, the great bet of the Italian team for the future .

A new GP and another podium. The previous one (Australia) was conquered by the Spaniard, despite having only a week of rest after undergoing emergency surgery for peritonitis.

“You can look at it in two ways. It's a shame not to continue next year given how well we are doing with Ferrari and with my group of engineers and mechanics. It's a little annoying to have to leave. On the other hand, it opens doors for me and the possibility of going to another team to, I hope, one day fight for that World Championship that I have been looking for for three or four years at Ferrari,” he acknowledged.

The Spaniard begins to play his cards for 2025. He is aware that due to his great performance he is now an attraction in the market and he will not miss the opportunity to let himself be loved by the rest of the teams, especially those that aspire to achieve things important.

“We will have to make important decisions, see what options there are. People already know that I am available and I am going quickly,” he noted with a smile on his face.

“I'm talking to some (teams) because that's what we have to do when I still don't have a job for next year. So we're talking to almost everyone. It's just a matter of obviously going into more detail and see the most realistic options and what are the best options for me and my future,” Sainz revealed to Sky Sports.

“I have no idea where I will be next year. I just have to stay focused on what I do, prove to myself and everyone that when they give me a fast car, I make the most of what they give me and I deliver.”

Hamilton will likely bring marketing and happiness to Ferrari. But currently, the Spanish shows a better future than the British.