Reviews Ferrari team boss: Giovinazzi "deserves formula-1 cockpit" for 2022

18:50  10 september  2021
18:50  10 september  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Antonio Giovinazzi: Noch steht er bei Alfa Romeo unter Vertrag, aber was passiert 2022? © Motorsport Images Antonio Giovinazzi: He is still under contract at Alfa Romeo, but what happens 2022?

Only one cockpit is still available for the Formula 1 season 2022 : at Alfa Romeo. And his engine partners Ferrari has an interest in that his squadriver Antonio Giovinazzi continues to reach the steering wheel there. But Ferrari team boss Mattia binotto emphasizes: his brand has no talking right (more) at the cockpit allocation of Alfa Romeo.

He could influence "not very much" there, says Binotto. "I think the decision lies with the team. The team can independently meet the driver's election. That's important to us."

"a step back": Alfa Romeo without points in Le Castellet

 © Motorsport Images Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen in the France Grand Prix 2021 in Le Castellet "One step back, after most recently two steps forward." Thus Alfa Romeo describes the France Grand Prix 2021 in Le Castellet from its view. For both Antonio Giovinazzi as well as Kimi Räikkönen missed the score length in the seventh race of the Formula 1 season 2021, and that clearly: Giovinazzi occupied P15, Räikkönen P17.

But just as important for

Ferrari is just to find a Formula 1 place for Giovinazzi. "Clear: Antonio is our substitute driver. He is Italian, he belongs to the Ferrari family, is a Ferrari driver. For us it would be great if he could continue next year," says Binotto and says, "We think: A good driver who earns a cockpit next year. " Does binotto indicate an end to the partnership?

, but he could not have such a possibility. "As I said, we can not influence the team's decision."

Then an interesting sentence falls: "As a motor supplier, we always question our partnerships. And the driver's choice is of course part of these considerations."

wants to be bombotto with it, Ferrari could consider the provision of the Formula 1 drives for Alfa Romeo again, Giovinazzi should not receive a new contract there? It is possible. But: At least for 2022, the Ferrari engines at Alfa Romeo are once again set, although

has been criticized the engines multiple times . Ferrari: No alternatives for Giovinazzi wanted

and Giovinazzi? He has to look for a driver's seat for a lot of competition for the remaining formula 1 cockpit. "We did not talk to him yet," says Binotto.

"I think it depends on what he wants, which interests Antonio has for the future. Priority has clearly clear, trying to accommodate him again in Formula 1. At the moment we are concentrated at the moment, fully focused on it. "

Ferrari after quality disappointment undecided: one or two stops? .
© Motorsport Images Carlos Sainz in Ferrari SF21 in Qatar 2021: He starts in the race on Medium Four times in a row Ferrari had placed with both cars in the top 10 of Formula 1- Startup Position . But in the Qualifying to the Qatar Grand Prix 2021 in Losail ( track the race in the free Formula 1 Liabticker! ) Cross this series. "That's a disappointment," says Ferrari sports director Laurent Mekies. "And we are still wondering why Charles [Leclerc] has not succeeded in better performance.

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