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Ferrari's Carlos Sainz will be seen in an upcoming episode of the Money Heist along with Moto GP star Marc Marquez. While recently the Ferrari drivers Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc had both included Money Heist among their favourite TV shows or movie of the year, fans had not wondered then that they would actually be seeing Sainz in an episode of the show in the future.

It is being speculated that Carlos Sainz could play the role of a getaway driver. However, fans are still seeing the funny side of things as some of them have taken to social media to express that Sainz may find it difficult to drive with that plastic mask.

Despite such rumours doing the rounds, there is no clarity as yet regarding the episode, season or release date of the popular Spanish show which will feature Sainz. The 27-year-old had recently expressed his disappointment with the way Ferrari was portrayed in the Netflix show "Drive to Survive."

"Ferrari is a lot cooler, a lot better, a lot bigger than it appears in the episode of Drive to Survive," Sainz was quoted as saying.

Check out his tweet on the same:

Earlier football superstar Neymar Jr had also made a cameo appearance in Season 3 of the show. Gauging by this and the fact that both Sainz as well as Marquez have busy sporting calendars.

If it indeed happens, Sainz will not be the first F1 racer to feature in a movie or a show with the most popular appearances from F1 greats coming in the animated movie called Cars. The great Michael Schumacher played himself in the English version of the movie.

In the sequel to the film, Lightning McQueen meets Lewis Hamilton and NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon. Meanwhile, Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso have also appeared in their native language versions of the movie.

The news of Sainz's reported appearance in the show has increased the excitement among the fans who will now wait eagerly for the season to drop to watch their favorite driver on the screens.