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"I know that Helmut is really happy with the results and achievements, although in qualifying or Race, "beamed Pierre Gasly. The Frenchman showed great overtaking maneuvers in the Grand Prix of Great Britain - including- and once again demonstrated his strong form. But what does this starting position mean for his future?
"It's not my decision at the end of the day," Gasly knows from experience. That's why he only drives for himself. "And I'm focused on that. I just want to deliver well every weekend and grab my chances. That is the only goal."
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It is still unclear where Gasly will drive in the coming season. At AlphaTauri, theoretically, both places are still free, as is a place at Red Bull. Only Max Verstappen is confirmed with the top team by 2023. "I have always believed that sooner or later there will be opportunities when you show strong performance."
At least internally, the Frenchman has the upper hand at AlphaTauri. This season he beat teammate Daniil Kwjat 4-0 in qualifying, his average starting position (10.25) is clearly ahead of that of the Russian (14.5). He has moved into Q3 twice so far, reducing Kwjat to 0.313 seconds in one lap.
The Frenchman won the qualifying duel last year (7-2). From the Belgian Grand Prix he was able to achieve an average starting position of 11.44 (Kwjat: 14.89), he took an average of 0.386 seconds from the Russian on one lap.
F1 British GP: Stroll heads FP2 as second-fastest Albon crashes
Racing Point's Lance Stroll topped the second practice session for Formula 1's 2020 British Grand Prix ahead of Alexander Albon, who crashed his Red Bull midway through the session .Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton finished third and fifth - either side of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc - as they could not match Stroll's time on the soft rubber, while Max Verstappen ended up 14th in the other Red Bull after an angry altercation with Romain Grosjean on his own soft-tyre effort.In 36-degree heat at a sweltering Silverstone, the action took a while to get going for the second 90-minute session of the day.
Gasly has also been one step ahead in the racing duel since last year: His average ranking improved from 10.44 to 9.67, while that of Kwjat deteriorated (from 10.75 to 11.33). "We finished last year very well with Toro Rosso, and I'm not just talking about Brazil, but most of the races."
Gasly also lists Singapore (P8), Japan (P7) and Mexico (P9). "We had really strong results and it was important to take this momentum into 2020. And I think we did it." After his demotion in the middle of the 2019 season, the Frenchman seems to have caught up with AlphaTauri and feels more comfortable.
"Pretty much every weekend we get the full potential out of the car, even if we don't get going well on Friday. So I'm really happy with our work as a team." He has the feeling that the entire team increases with each training session.
He also notes that he has not made any "massive changes" himself. "But of course it's a lot about the relationship with the team and working with the race engineer." Since his first race back in the team in Belgium last year, he has been working with Pierre Hamelin.
F1 British GP: Hamilton charges to Silverstone pole position
Lewis Hamilton recovered from a red flag-causing spin to beat his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pole position for Formula 1's 2020 British Grand PrixMax Verstappen will start third for Red Bull, while Nico Hulkenberg was knocked out in Q2 - as was Alex Albon for the second race in a row - on his F1 qualifying return in place of Sergio Perez at Racing Point.
"We started working in Spa last year and have now competed in more races together, so we get on very well. I'm really happy with how things are going at the moment."
Gallery: The potential substitute drivers for Formula 1 2020 (Motorsport-Total.com)1/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Anyone who has driven at least one race in Formula 1 in the past three seasons comes for a new formula -1 super license in question. That's exactly ten drivers. We present them in this photo gallery! 2/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Jenson Button (40 / Great Britain): The 2009 Formula 1 world champion is now a TV expert on 'Sky' and follows the Grands Prix as rapporteur. 3/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 outing: Monte Carlo 2017, replacing Fernando Alonso (who drove the Indianapolis 500) at McLaren. Result: Failure 4/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Paul di Resta (34 / Great Britain): The 2010 DTM champion drove in Formula 1 for three years, today he also works as a TV expert at 'Sky'. Advertisement Microsoft The slide show continues on the next slide Last Formula 1 outing: Budapest 2017, on behalf of Williams - Regular driver Felipe Massa, who felt uncomfortable. Result: Failure 5/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Jolyon Palmer (29 / Great Britain): After two Formula 1 seasons for Renault it was over: Palmer was retired early. He is now a Formula 1 expert at the BBC. 6/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Suzuka 2017. Result: P12. Renault then put Palmer substitute Carlos Sainz in the car for the first time before the end of the season, so Palmer lost his cockpit. 7/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Pascal Wehrlein (25 / Germany): The 2015 DTM champion drove for Manor and Sauber in Formula 1, then again in DTM and now in Formula E. He also works as a simulator driver at Ferrari. 8/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2017. Result: P14 9/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Felipe Massa (39 / Brazil): The long-time Ferrari driver heard after the 2017 season, finally on Formula 1 and switched to Formula E. display lottery hero The slide show is continued on the next slide last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2017. Result: P10 10/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Stoffel Vandoorne (28 / Belgium): After two seasons at McLaren, Vandoorne switched to Formula E, where he competed for Mercedes. That is why he is also a Mercedes substitute driver in Formula 1, and thus theoretically also responsible for Mercedes customers McLaren and Racing Point. 11/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2018. Result: P14 12/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Sergei Sirotkin (24 / Russia): He drove in the 2018 season for Williams. Since then, Sirotkin has been a Renault replacement at the Grands Prix. 13/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2018. Result: P15 14/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Fernando Alonso (39 / Spain): Two world titles, 32 Victories and a confirmed Formula 1 comeback for 2021 at Renault - Alonso only "paused" in Formula 1. In between, he won the Le Mans 24 Hours and the World Endurance Championship (WEC). Display Microsoft The slideshow will continue on the next slide Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2018. Result: P11 15/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Brendon Hartley ( 30 / New Zealand): After a little more than a season in Formula 1, Hartley was over. He then came to Ferrari as a simulator driver and drove in Formula E. 16/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2018. Result: P12 17/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Marcus Ericsson (29 / Sweden): From 2014 to 2018 he competed in the Grand Prix for Caterham and Sauber. He remained a Formula 1 replacement driver at Alfa Romeo, but has also been driving the IndyCar series since 2019. 18/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2018. Result: Failure 19/23 IMAGES © Motorsport Images Robert Kubica (35 / Poland): He started for BMW-Sauber and Renault, then a rally accident intervened. Kubica made its Formula 1 comeback for Williams in 2019. He has been a replacement driver at Alfa Romeo since 2020. 20/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images Last Formula 1 race: Abu Dhabi 2019. Result: P19 21/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images 22/23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images 23 / 23 SLIDES © Motorsport Images
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