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Gasly sets a date to have "an answer" to his future in F1

Pierre Gasly has been in the Alpine spotlight after Alonso’s surprise decision to sign for Aston Martin at the start of the summer break, despite the Frenchman having a contract in place to race with AlphaTauri in 2023.

Red Bull are willing to let Gasly out of their structure as he has no chance of returning to the main team again, but they have made it clear that they will only do so if they find a reliable replacement.

Initially, the Austrians were interested in Colton Herta, but that plan soon fell apart, as the American did not have enough points to obtain a super license and the FIA decided not to grant him an exemption.

However, Gasly could still make it out of AlphaTauri, as Nyck de Vries now appears to be in Red Bull’s crosshairs after his big debut at Monza with Williams. If both parties reach an agreement, the #10 could end up signing for Alpine in what would be an all-French lineup alongside Esteban Ocon.

Speaking about his future ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Gasly said: “Everyone is aware of the talks and negotiations that are going on, but for my part I think hopefully in the next two or three weeks we should have a clear answer. about what’s going to happen.”

“But for now, nothing has changed. As soon as there is something to confirm about my future, you will know immediately.”

Pierre Gasly, AlphaTauri AT03

Focusing more on the races that still lie ahead in 2022, Pierre Gasly spoke about the update that AlphaTauri will debut at Marina Bay this weekend.

“Spa was good and Monza was good too,” he explained. “But at all the circuits that require more downforce [like Singapore] it seems to cost us a bit more.

“So hopefully this upgrade we have for this weekend can change that dynamic a little bit. We know the McLarens are usually quite quick in these conditions, the Alpines are sometimes very quick too, and the Aston Martins the same.”

“I don’t really have any specific expectations, I just hope the update will give us more performance and I know if that’s the case then we’ll have some chances to fight for points,” he added.

AlphaTauri is currently one point off Haas’s seventh position in the constructors’ championship, while Alfa Romeo is 19 units ahead in sixth position.

The French rider believes that beating the American team is the team’s objective for the rest of the campaign, but he does not rule out catching up with Hinwill’s team if the circumstances turn in his favor in these last six rounds of the season.

“It’s important to stay positive and constructive until the end of the year.”

“For some, fighting for seventh place in the championship is insignificant, but we are still talking about a lot of money at stake for next season.”

“So that’s clearly our goal: to at least get ahead of Haas. And compared to Alfa Romeo, it’s 19 points, considering we only have 33 after 16 races, I think that’s obviously a lot to ask for. But nothing is impossible.” .

“We’ve seen it in the past, we just need a very positive result and everything could be possible. But yes, overtaking Haas we have to do it, whatever, and then we’ll see where we are in Abu Dhabi.”

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