AlphaTauri F1’s 2023 driver line-up could be solidified with Yuki Tsunoda and Nick de Vries.
A domino effect can slowly emerge. Three years after winning the Formula 2 championship, Nick de Vries is finally looking to secure a Formula 1 seat in 2023. Motorsport-magazin.com reported on Friday that De Vries was spotted in Helmut Marko’s business near from Graz, Austria.
And AUTO Weekly says 27-year-old Nick de Vries was in Graz to discuss a collaboration with AlphaTauri for 2023, joining AlphaTauri as a teammate to Helmut Marko and Yuki Tsunoda for 2023. I agreed to do so.
Alpine F1 Team is very clear on Pierre Gasly, but Helmut Marko is ready to release Gasly from his 2023 contract provided he finds him a transfer fee and a replacement.
For weeks Red Bull wanted to bring 22-year-old American Colton Herta to AlphaTauri but scrapped those plans when the FIA refused to grant him an F1 superlicense exemption. . Herta had just 32 of the 40 points required for an F1 superlicence.
Nick de Vries was able to seize his chance and convince the demanding Helmut Marko to trust him for 2023, thanks to a spectacular performance of ninth place for Williams in the Italian Grand Prix of the rice fields.
In any case, a replacement has been found to do business with the Alpine F1 Team and Pierre Gasly. With the major hurdles cleared, negotiations on your side should also progress.
With Williams eager to see what Nick de Vries does, Williams could see more clarity on a possible Nicholas Latifi replacement in 2023, with Williams Racing’s US owner Dorilton Capital not opposed to the idea of doing so. appeal to American driver Logan Sargent, who has won several races in F2 and F3 in recent years.
Williams Driver Academy member Logan Sargent, from Florida, will make his Grand Prix weekend debut driving in Free Practice 1 at the United States Grand Prix in Austin.
Category: F1 / Alpha Tauri / Hiroki Tsunoda / Nick de Vries
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