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AlphaTauri have revealed that a braking issue denied Yuki Tsunoda the chance to start the Italian Grand Prix.
AlphaTauri were left to watch from the TV screens as both of their cars exited the Italian Grand Prix before the race had truly begun in earnest.
Robert Kubica executed a “rally-style move” to recover from a sprint qualifying incident in which he was harshly branded an “idiot” by Yuki Tsunoda.
Yuki Tsunoda has admitted he is surprised to be retaining his seat for next season because he keeps on crashing.
Franz Tost has insisted Yuki Tsunoda is making sufficient improvement to justify the decision to retain him at AlphaTauri next year.
AlphaTauri have confirmed Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda will remain as their driver line-up for the 2022 season.
Pierre Gasly spoke of a “special” feeling throughout the AlphaTauri team as he stormed to P4 at the Dutch Grand Prix.
While delighted with P4 on the Dutch Grand Prix grid, Pierre Gasly says it was unexpected – so AlphaTauri will now readjust their plans for the race.
AlphaTauri rookie Yuki Tsunoda says it is “50/50” as to whether he remains with the team next season.
After clocking laps good enough for the top five in both practice sessions at Spa, Pierre Gasly is understandably very happy with AlphaTauri’s speed.
Halfway through a mixed debut campaign, AlphaTauri technical chief Jody Egginton has defended Yuki Tsunoda’s “ups and downs”.
Yuki Tsunoda has conceded that Formula 1 has not been what he expected it to be during a challenging first half of his rookie campaign.
Told to use his head for more than just his helmet, Yuki Tsunoda insists he is trying to adopt a calmer, less aggressive, approach.
Our review of AlphaTauri’s first half of the 2021 season, in which Pierre Gasly has been setting the standards Yuki Tsunoda must aim for.
Since his relocation to Italy, Yuki Tsunoda has spent more time away from the video games and instead with his engineers.
Ex-F1 driver Takuma Sato is confident that Yuki Tsunoda has all the ingredients for success, but he needs time to put them all together.
Crashing several times this season, Helmut Marko has told Yuki Tsunoda that his head isn’t just for his helmet, it’s “also to think”.
Yuki Tsunoda was at his potty-mouthed best in the Hungarian Grand Prix – this time after being told to move aside for Pierre Gasly.
Yuki Tsunoda turned his “worst weekend of the season” into his best Formula 1 result so far at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost is planning to keep the same driver line-up for next season, saying there are no alternatives.
Yuki Tsunoda has taken full responsibility for his FP1 crash in Hungary and admits he needs to learn from his mistakes.
Yuki Tsunoda is pleased with the progress he is making and feels his main limitations now are running in dirty air and overtaking.
Pierre Gasly could not hide his disappointment after a late puncture caused him to drop out of the points at Silverstone.
Helmut Marko has described Yuki Tsunoda as “not a typical Japanese driver” who had to be brought down a peg or two when he became “too cocky”.
Yuki Tsunoda said an untimely trip to the weighbridge had contributed to his latest F1 qualifying disappointment at the British Grand Prix.
Yuki Tsunoda says he has found a new approach that works for him, but doesn’t think it will at the British Grand Prix given the new format.
Franz Tost has urged Yuki Tsunoda’s critics to give him a break, saying he needs “three years” to find his feet in F1.
AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost feels Yuki Tsunoda’s performances have improved after moving to Italy to work more closely with his team at Faenza.
Pierre Gasly says he and his team need to revise their strategy calls, feeling it cost them a better result at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly joked that his initial target for the Austrian Grand Prix will be “social distancing” with Charles Leclerc after their collision last week.