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Pierre Gasly doesn’t believe that AlphaTauri are the benchmark in 2020 when it comes to the midfield runners in Formula 1.
Don’t expect to see either Pierre Gasly or Daniil Kvyat lining up for the next Virtual GP with AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost revealing neither wants to do it.
Forced to take an extended break as F1 went on hiatus, Pierre Gasly says he is working on his fitness ahead of what could be a hectic run of triple header grands prix.
Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat are Franz Tost’s best driver line-up with the AlphaTauri team boss hailing their “fantastic natural speed”.
Pierre Gasly believes his former Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen is one of, if not the best driver on the F1 grid.
Despite being blamed by Helmut Marko for throwing Red Bull’s test programme “overboard” when he crashed twice last season, Pierre Gasly says he “won’t” change his approach.
The first-ever AlphaTauri F1 car, the AT01, took to the Misano circuit over the weekend for a shakedown ahead of testing.
Pierre Gasly says that he will keep many of the reasons why he improved after leaving Red Bull in 2019 “private” always .
Demoting Pierre Gasly back to Toro Rosso last season, Helmut Marko says it must not be viewed as a demotion but rather it was an “opportunity” for the driver.
Pierre Gasly has revealed what motivated him to succeed following his mid-season axe from the Red Bull senior team.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says Pierre Gasly’s approach at Red Bull was a “complete failure”, but his recovery was amazing.
Daniil Kvyat sees himself as a “living example” to AlphaTauri team-mate Pierre Gasly that a driver can recover under the Red Bull programme.
Pierre Gasly has described his 2019 season to “like a Hollywood movie” after a dramatic 12 months within the Red Bull set-up.
Pierre Gasly has admitted that he “didn’t come close” to the level he was capable of during his short stint with Red Bull.
Pierre Gasly admits he was not only shocked but also “angry” when he learnt of his Red Bull demotion as he felt the team’s decision was unfair.
Pierre Gasly wasn’t even going to pretend he was okay, telling the world that he was “pissed off” with Lance Stroll who “ruined everything”.
Kimi Raikkonen reckons Formula 1 shouldn’t wait until 2021 to introduce a condensed schedule as he feels Thursdays are a waste of time.
Pierre Gasly, Carlos Sainz, Daniil Kvyat and Kimi Raikkonen faced the media in part 2 of the drivers’ press conference in Abu Dhabi.
Scoring 18 points with his runner-up result in Brazil, Pierre Gasly is sixth in the Drivers’ standings and he’s determined to hold onto it through to the final lap in Abu Dhabi.
“Public pressure” and “media scrutiny” played a major role in Red Bull’s decision to drop Pierre Gasly in favour of Alexander Albon, according to Christian Horner.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko believes Pierre Gasly would’ve “never recovered” his form if he had have stayed with the team.
Christian Horner says Pierre Gasly could return to Red Bull in the future because if he didn’t believe that, he wouldn’t have kept him on at Toro Rosso.
Revitalised since returning to Toro Rosso midseason, Pierre Gasly insists he didn’t forget how to drive while at Red Bull and suddenly relearn it back at Toro Rosso.
At 22, 23 and 25, Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly and Carlos Sainz made up the youngest ever podium when they finished in the top three at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
There was high praise for Pierre Gasly from Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen after the Frenchman claimed his maiden F1 podium.
Pierre Gasly claimed a sensational P2 finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, calling it the “best day of my life”.
Christian Horner believes Pierre Galsy’s current form is vindicates Red Bull’s decision to demoted him to Toro Rosso as he has been “exceptional” since his return.
Seeming to recover his lost form back at Toro Rosso, Pierre Gasly feels a driver needs to have the “stars aligned” to get the most out of any package.
Toro Rosso will announce their 2020 driver line up after Mexico with Franz Tost saying he hopes to retain Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly.
Sergio Perez has expressed his anger at Pierre Gasly’s aggressive defensive driving, which caused the former to crash late in the race.