The Italian driver aims to return to the world championship next year, but the competition is fierce
Antonio Giovinazzi shakes the waters of the 2023 Drivers’ Market. Join the Italian driver Behind the wheel of a Haas-Ferrari On Friday’s first free practice session at the last Italian GP He has been called up by the Alpine F1 Team For a special test in Hungaroring in the second half of the month. It won’t be a “premium” market but the race to support Esteban Ocon in the blue team and Kevin Magnussen in the stars and stripes “supported by Ferrari” Esteban queue up a very diverse kindergarten. For whom Giovinazzi is one of the preachers with the greatest opportunities.
In addition to Ferrari’s current reserve driver, he will also drive the American Alpine A521 used in the 2021 World Cup Colton Herta, l’Olandese Nick de Vries who debuted at Monza to replace Alex Albon on Williams and The Australian Jack Doohanthe son of a five-time world champion in the 500 Mick (as well as an Alpine nursery driver), is currently in Formula 2.
main candidate To replace Fernando Alonso (who, as is known, signed for Aston Martin) remains nonetheless Pierre Gasly This – with his compatriot Ocon – would make up a completely French couple, moreover, completely “explosive” in terms of character! Herta’s presence (which closed the Indycar Championship that Will Power just won in 10th place) is explained by California’s need to gain experience and…credits in light of getting the super license needed to race in Formula One. Step, Hungarian Herta Test, aim for preference Hiring Colton by Alpha Tauri Instead of Gasly, you can land in the Alps for free at that point. The fan is anything but … favorable to the chances of returning to the world championships for the highest formula of Giovinazzi, who nonetheless keeps good chances Behind the wheel of Haas’ second Ferrari in 223. At the wheel our car will return in the second half of October for the first free practice session of the US Grand Prix, on Friday October 21 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin.
On that occasion it is very likely Having Leclerc or Sainz by Robert Schwartzman on F1-75, the Russian driver at Ferrari Academy, is eligible for the test because he works with an Israeli license). It would be a birthday present – postponed for a few weeks – for Robert who was born in Tel Aviv on September 16 23 years ago!
On the sidelines – but not much – of the (potential) maneuvers mentioned above, there are nominations – for Alpine and Haas – for two old pilots, even if they don’t quite compare to one another. We are talking about Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg. Brazilian signature Felipe Drogovic (New Formula 2 Champion at Monza) As a reserve driver in place by Aston Martin, “Hulk” is really free to look around. As for Ricciardo, the Australian is a strong candidate at Haas (who would be comfortable with his experience), if he accepts his current salary cut by the same degree from McLaren!