However the weekend goes for Carlos Sainz, the Spanish Ferrari driver already knows that he will start (almost) at the back in the Turkish Grand Prix. A grid penalty for an engine change throws him way back.
Ferrari exchanges the complete power unit of Carlos Sainz before the start of the Turkish Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend. He too will now have access to the new hybrid systems that Charles Leclerc already had in Russia.
That improved engine does come with one drawback. Because it is his fourth engine of the season, a grid penalty will follow. The grid penalty he receives for the substitution throws him back to the tail of the grid. He will have to make up a race to claim points.