World Italy winner Gasly for another year with Alpha Tauri

13:50  28 october  2020
13:50  28 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The announcement ends speculation that Italian Grand Prix winner Gasly would return to Red Bull next season given his impressive form in 2020. The 24- year -old said: “I’m extremely happy to continue with Scuderia AlphaTauri for another season! This year is going very well, and we are on

Pierre Gasly (Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda).

Red Bull's sister team Alpha Tauri will also rely on Pierre Gasly in the coming Formula 1 year. This was announced by the racing team based in Faenza, Italy.

Bleibt bei Alpha Tauri: Pierre Gasly. © Xpbimages.Com/POOL xpbimages.com/AP/dpa Stay with Alpha Tauri: Pierre Gasly. Before the 13th race of the season in Imola on Sunday,

Gasly finished ninth in the World Championship rankings. The 24-year-old Frenchman sensationally won the Italian Grand Prix in Monza this year. It remains to be seen whether the Russian Daniil Kwjat will drive for Alpha Tauri again next year.

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Gasly started his Formula 1 career in 2017 at the Toro Rosso - the racing team was renamed before the current season. After a detour to the Red Bull A-Team for the season, he came back to Toro Rosso after a few months. He was "extremely happy," said Gasly about his contract extension.

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