FORMULA 1 star Carlos Sainz refused to sign a fan’s Barcelona shirt because he is a huge fan of rivals Real Madrid.
The Ferrari driver was in his everyday car when a fan stopped holding a pen and Barca’s kit.
Sainz replies in his native Spanish: “No, I’m not signing this.”
Meanwhile the fans laugh and shout back: “Forza, Barca.”
Supports reacted online finding it hilarious, one commented with laughing emojis: “My boy is Madrid, of course he didn’t.”
Another said: “Hala Madrid.”
Not all were so kid, one criticised him saying: “So childish.”
The 27-year-old was born in Madrid and supports his hometown club.
His father, Sainz Sr. is a Real Madrid honorary club member rewarded for his legendary motorsport career.
Sainz Jr. has been pictured in a Los Blancos kit on many occasions and has previously spoken about his love of the club and appeared on the Spanish giants’ official social media pages in videos with players.
He is currently enjoying a solid F1 season, sitting fourth in the standings on 144 points.
He has made six podiums so far this year and won the British Grand Prix at Silverstone earlier this month.
This is not the first time a sports star has refused to sign a shirt of a rival club.
New Arsenal keeper Matt Turner refused to sign a fan’s Tottenham shirt earlier this summer.
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