Sport Pierre Gasly has said his future is in Red Bull's hands as he eyes climb up the grid
Max Verstappen warned over two Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes threats ahead of British GP
Mika Hakkinen has suggested that Lewis Hamilton could mount a resurgence at this month's British Grand Prix.Verstappen has taken the chequered flag on five occasions this season and will be hoping to pip Hamilton to a sixth victory at Silverstone.
driver has said that his future for next year will be sorted in the coming weeks, following on from comments not so long ago where he said he feels as though he could match performances at this season.
is a ruthless business at times and Gasly knows that better than most, given the fact he was removed mid-season back to Toro Rosso by Red Bull to be replaced by Alex Albon in 2019.
Indeed, that could have been a real moment that saw his career downspiral at a young age but, instead, the Frenchman has rolled his sleeves up and really impressed, with Toro Rosso becoming AlphaTauri for 2020.
Sebastian Vettel: Do not think Red Bull an option for me was
© Motorsport Images The contact between Helmut Marko and Sebastian Vettel is never demolished Sebastian Vettel does not regret that he is his Formula 1 career at Aston Martin Continue and not as sitting in the Red Bull in the Red Bull, which has recovered five races in a row for the first time since his last four World Cup titles in 2013.
Last year, of course, Gasly won his first ever Grand Prix at Monza with a fine drive on what was a chaotic afternoon and, as well as that, he has been a consistent points scorer for the team, showing a real maturity behind the wheel.
That in mind, there's naturally going to be growing talk about him potentially heading back to Red Bull in the future as he remains a part of their driver programme, and over the weekend at Silverstone he offered this fresh update on his future:
“It’s very clear in my situation, I am contracted with Red Bull, I am performing very well with AlphaTauri, I am really happy with what we are doing, but obviously personally I’d like to be in a position to fight for better positions.
"My future at the moment is in Red Bull’s hands and we will see what happens for next year, I am pretty sure, in a couple of weeks.”
Gasly still not giving up on Red Bull return
Pierre Gasly has spoken with Helmut Marko about his future following the Red Bull advisor's comments we're seeing the "best Gasly."Gasly has had a topsy-turvy time during his stint with the Red Bull family, brought into Formula 1 in late 2017 before being handed a full-time drive with Red Bull’s junior team for the following season.
This, of course, comes a few weeks after Gasly said that he felt he could do a similar level job now to that of Sergio Perez who, on the whole, has impressed as Max Verstappen's team-mate this season as Red Bull look to take the Constructors' crown from Mercedes:
“I think I could perform at least as well as Sergio [Perez]," he stated.
“I’m working very hard to become a complete driver and I show that on the track as well. I perform in qualifying and also for races and I think I show very good potential.
“In the past, such results were always rewarded directly with a jump to Red Bull – or at least pretty quickly.
"But will it happen? That depends on whether Red Bull wants it too. At the moment I don’t think they want it."
Evidently, Gasly still has firm eyes on a seat higher up the grid and potentially back at Red Bull but with Perez likely to stay at Red Bull for next season at least, he might not get that wish just yet...
Hamilton booed after taking Hungary pole, Verstappen third .
Lewis Hamilton claimed a surprisingly dominant pole position as part of a Mercedes front-row lockout ahead of Max Verstappen in the Hungarian GP.Taking an official pole for the first time since May, Hamilton lapped three tenths of a second faster than team-mate Valtteri Bottas and four tenths clear of Red Bull rival Verstappen, who he trails by eight points in the championship after the dramatic events of Silverstone.