Kimi Raikkonen is not the only Alfa Romeo driver leaving the team with Antonio Giovinazzi reportedly losing his seat.
Alfa Romeo’s first half of the season can be summed up in the words ‘unfulfilled potential’ – and they know it full well.
Kimi Raikkonen has said he and his Alfa Romeo team have plenty of work to do to get his car in the right place for qualifying.
Kimi Raikkonen said red flags have been ruining his qualifying sessions of late, with interruptions in Monaco, Baku and at Paul Ricard on Saturday.
Antonio Giovinazzi's father Vito said they turned down an offer from Toto Wolff in the past to become Mercedes' third driver.
Alfa Romeo team principal Frederic Vasseur says he and his team are hoping for another strong weekend in Baku after a positive showing in Monaco. Antonio Giovinazzi earned the team’s first point of the season in coming home P10 in Monte Carlo, with Kimi Raikkonen a place behind him – even without a working drinks […]
Antonio Giovinazzi was pleased with his P10 showing at the Monaco Grand Prix, but the relentless nature of the circuit left him "mentally tired" afterwards.
Competing in his third season in Formula 1, Antonio Giovinazzi feels that he can improve in a number of areas, and is aiming to do so.