According to The Team, the formalization of Norman’s participation in the tricolor team should take place as soon as possible.
The idea of a French squad consisting entirely of tricolor tandems is getting closer and closer to being a reality. According to The Team, Alpine could quickly formalize the arrival of Pierre Gasly despite being engaged in the search for the successor to Fernando Alonso, who will slam the door at the end of the season to land at Aston Martin. Alpine is currently engaged in the search for the successor to Fernando Alonso.
This Saturday’s edition of a popular sports newspaper reports that an article entitled “It’s only a matter of days before Gasly’s contract is official for 2023 and he can reconnect with his Norman karting buddy Esteban Ocon” was published. We are consequently headed in the direction of a 100% Norman squad for the following season on the side of the Dieppe brand, which had nonetheless begun by pushing its house driver Oscar Piastri, who ultimately left for McLaren. Next season, we are going to be competing.
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De Vries rather than Hertha in Faenza
Gasly’s contract with Alpha Tauri has been extended for a further season, but the Faenza team will eventually let him go. The Faenza team has also been busy trying to find a replacement for the driver who will win the Italian Grand Prix in 2020. In addition to the financial implications of Gasly’s resignation (which were estimated to be around ten million euros), the matter of finding a suitable replacement was another contentious issue. Colton Hertha, age 22, who has held the pole position for a significant amount of time in the thoughts of Red Bull’s younger sister, will not appear. Because he was unable to earn the “super license” required to compete in Formula One, the young American decided to extend his contract in the IndyCar series.
Always according to The Squad, Nyck De Vries will be the one to inherit the seat currently occupied by Gasly and commit to the Italian team for the upcoming season. The Dutchman, a time approached at Williams (where he had his debut in Italy), was seen in the company of “doctor” Helmut Marko, a prominent decision-maker at Red Bull. The Dutchman had a brilliant beginning at Imola on Sunday (9th). Because of this, everything points to the fact that Yuki Tsunoda and De Vries will be driving together in the next year.