Reviews Seidl: According to the regulations, Sainz cannot test for Ferrari

19:55  04 december  2020
19:55  04 december  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Andreas Seidl ist sich sicher: Carlos Sainz kann 2020 nicht für Ferrari testen © Motorsport Images Andreas Seidl is certain: Carlos Sainz cannot test for Ferrari in 2020

The FIA ​​pushed open a door when it allowed Fernando Alonso to participate in the "Young- Driver Test "following the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Ferrari reacted immediately and is now trying to get Carlos Sainz into the cockpit .

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl is convinced that this cannot work. Although Sainz said on Thursday that he would be free after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, his team boss does not believe the 26-year-old would receive an FIA special permit like the Alonso .

"The rules are clear," he replies when asked by 'Motorsport-Total.com'. "I don't see any way Carlos should drive the car. It is clear to us that, due to the rules, we cannot compete there with an active Formula 1 driver."

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McLaren , like Racing Point, does not even take part in the test. Both teams decided weeks ago that on the one hand they wanted to save costs and on the other hand they didn't have their own driver who would have to collect Formula 1 kilometers. Therefore, both teams were very angry about the FIA ​​decision to let Alonso drive.

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"There is no way for him [Sainz] to drive an Ferrari because the rules unfortunately don't allow him," the 44-year-old continued. "It's a 'Young Driver Test'. I can only tell you what the rules are. If someone makes a different decision, there is nothing I can do about it."

McLaren will not take part in the test

But even if the FIA ​​should suddenly open the test session to all drivers, there is no longer any chance for McLaren to take the test: "We have no intention of taking part in this test. The rules are pretty clear, you can't drive there with an active pilot. "

That should be the last word on this matter: "I don't want to waste any more energy on this topic and we don't put any more energy into it in the team. We have enough data to concentrate on ourselves. It is It is important that we take these steps together as a team. "

"We look forward to having Daniel [Ricciardo] on board from January. He is an experienced driver and we are an experienced team. I am sure that we will be in good shape next year."

The discussions about special permits will not go beyond the "Young Driver Test" because the rule only applied to the 2020 corona season.

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