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Pierre Gasly

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French
7 February 1996 (23)
Christian Klien (7 February 1983)

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84 (2.3 points per race avg)
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6 (16.7%)
2017 Malaysian Grand Prix
2019 British Grand Prix

about Pierre Gasly

Pierre Gasly (born 7 February 1996 in Rouen) is a French formula racing driver, who was the 2014 Formula Renault 3.5 Series runner-up and the 2016 GP2 Series champion. He drives a Honda-powered car for Team Mugen in the 2017 Super Formula Championship. He made his Formula One début at the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix.


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seasons

2017, 2018, 2019,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2017 Daniil Kvyat
Carlos Sainz
Brendon Hartley
Toro Rosso compare 2017
2018 Brendon Hartley
Toro Rosso compare 2018
2019 Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2019

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The French youngster has had a difficult start to the campaign, and his poor performances prompted speculation that he could be replaced at the end of the year if he did not lift his game.<br>But after a rethink on his approach to race weekends, and using a different set-up concept, Gasly delivered his best weekend of the year at Silverstone as he came home in fourth place.<br>For Horner, who had ...

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Gasly qualified fifth for the British Grand Prix, matching his strongest grid position of the year, as he ended up just under half a second off Mercedes' polesitter Valtteri Bottas.<br>His Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen was one place ahead in fourth, just over 0.3s faster.<br>Gasly began the Silverstone weekend by topping first practice, and was again quicker than Verstappen in both the second ...

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Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas set a 1m27.629s to head the times for the vast majority of the session, although light rain limited running in the final half an hour and distorted the order.<br>Lewis Hamilton completed an early Mercedes one-two, but was displaced by the Red Bulls of Pierre Gasly and Max Verstappen late on.<br>Gasly then improved again on his very last run to set a 1m27.173s and go ...

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Gasly has scored only 43 points this season compared to his teammate’s 126 and finished a lapped seventh in the recent Austrian Grand Prix, which was won by Verstappen. <br>Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has described Gasly’s form as “not satisfactory” and explained that as part of the attempt to turn things around the 23-year-old is now not allowed to deviate significantly from ...

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The Frenchman has had a difficult start to the campaign, and his misery continued in the Austrian Grand Prix when he found himself lapped by winning teammate Max Verstappen.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Gasly: Some of the criticism is "not deserved"<br><br><br>Red Bull remains committed to the youngster for now, despite mounting speculation that he could be replaced for 2020 by Daniil Kvyat if he does ...

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The Frenchman has had a disappointing start to the campaign, having been so far unable to get on the pace of teammate Max Verstappen.<br>His troubles have led to criticism from Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko, and prompted talk that the Milton Keynes-based team could look to replace the youngster if he doesn't lift his game.<br>Gasly is aware that things are far from ideal, but suggests ...

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After a bruising home grand prix in France, Gasly looked in stronger shape at the Red Bull Ring, and was not far from the frontrunners in the first two qualifying segments.<br>In the end, however, the Frenchman was two tenths slower in the final segment than he had been in Q2, and was thus consigned to eighth place on the grid.<br>“I think overall there were a lot of positives, and also in ...

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The Frenchman has had a difficult time matching teammate Max Verstappen for pace, and his difficulties have already prompted speculation about his long-term future with the outfit.<br>Red Bull remains committed to him for now though, and its motorsport advisor Helmut Marko suggested after the French GP that the team would completely take apart his car to see if there is an explanation for what has ...

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Gasly added downforce after final practice, but in Q1 he found he had lost performance.<br>While most of the top contenders went for medium tyres in Q2 in order to avoid having to use the fragile softs for the start, Gasly opted to stick with them to help his passage into Q3.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>French GP: Hamilton beats Bottas to pole, Vettel seventh<br><br><br>He made it through and ...

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Verstappen damaged his right-side wheels following a brush with the wall in the afternoon session, having lost downforce as he rapidly closed in on Gasly ahead of him.<br>Speaking about the incident, Gasly said he was only made aware that Verstappen was coming up behind him at the last moment when the team told him over the radio to speed up.<br>“They told me quite late when I was preparing my ...

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Gasly has had a tough start to his first season with the senior Red Bull team following his promotion from Toro Rosso.<br>It has led to speculation about his future in the team, with rumours emerging during the Monaco Grand Prix that linked Nico Hulkenberg to the second Red Bull seat.<br>This has been refuted by Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko, who Gasly said called him after Monaco ...

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Grosjean was baulked by Gasly in the closing stages of Q2 exiting the Casino right-hander, prompting an expletive-filled radio rant from the Haas driver, who complained: “Honestly, people don't give a s**t”.<br>The incident cost Grosjean a final chance to improve his laptime and left him consigned to 13th on the grid, as he was eliminated in Q2 while teammate Kevin Magnussen advanced to the ...

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With Ferrari widely believed to have the best engine in F1, Gasly thinks that Honda's step forward in 2019 means it is now within reach of Mercedes – which once had the benchmark power unit.<br>Asked how far behind Mercedes Honda was, Gasly said: "Not too far. At the moment, Ferrari clearly stands out in terms of straightline speed. The one we need to target, Mercedes, is sort of more or less in ...

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The Frenchman has had a challenging start to the campaign but has been making progress in getting more comfortable with the RB15.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Horner: Gasly "coming out" of early-2019 slump<br>Gasly now feeling "a lot better" with Red Bull car<br><br><br>But he reckons one of the factors holding him back is how aggressive he is behind the wheel - especially with his use of the ...

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After a rough start to the Frenchman's Red Bull F1 career, Horner has praised Gasly for a "much stronger" showing in Baku.<br>Gasly felt he had made a breakthrough with the RB15 at the Azerbaijan-based street circuit, which was reflected in his charge from a pitlane start to a likely sixth-place finish – before a driveshaft failure forced his retirement.<br>Asked what Red Bull has been doing to ...

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The Frenchman, promoted from Toro Rosso to replace Daniel Ricciardo at the main Red Bull outfit, had struggled to get the most out of the car over the start of the season.<br>But though his Azerbaijan Grand Prix weekend was compromised by a raft of penalties consigning him to a pitlane start and a subsequent mechanical failure in the race, Gasly appeared much more at ease with the Red Bull car at ...

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Gasly's results were stricken from the qualifying classification in Baku after his RB15 was found to be in breach of the required fuel-flow limit of 100kg per hour.<br>The Frenchman was already set to begin the race from the pitlane following a Friday weighbridge offence and thus only contested the first segment of qualifying.<br>He was the fastest of the 20 drivers participating in the segment ...

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But the stewards' decision will make no difference to the grid because Gasly was already destined for a pitlane start as a punishment for missing a call to the weighbridge at the end of Friday practice.<br>Gasly and Red Bull's summons was the first time that a breach of the fuel flow limit of 100kg per hour had been found in qualifying.<br>Previous disqualifications for the offence had only been ...

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Gasly benefited from a huge tow from Lance Stroll's Racing Point to lap quickest in the first part of qualifying in Baku.<br>However, FIA F1 technical delegate Jo Bauer reported that Gasly exceeded the maximum allowed fuel mass flow of 100 kg/h on that lap.<br>He referred the matter to the stewards, who have duly summoned Gasly and his Red Bull team.<br>Daniel Ricciardo exceeded the fuel-flow ...

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The Frenchman was returning to the pits after the session and was told over the radio to "attack" the pitlane entry before a planned practice stop.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Azerbaijan GP: Leclerc tops incident-filled FP2<br><br><br>But in doing that, Gasly failed to spot that his number had flashed up on the FIA board ordering him to stop for a mandatory weight check.<br>Having continued to his ...

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Gasly has had a difficult start to the campaign, but managed to score his best result of the season with sixth place – plus grab fastest lap – in the Chinese Grand Prix.<br>But although Gasly still has some way to go before he is able to properly challenge teammate Max Verstappen, Horner has faith that the issues the Frenchman is suffering from are being overcome.<br>“I think he has made a ...

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Verstappen was overtaken by Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari and both Renault drivers between the last two corners of the Shanghai circuit as a queue of cars prepared for their final flying laps in the top-10 shoot-out. <br>This prevented him from starting a lap in time before the session ended and prompted him to block Gasly as his new teammate tried to overtake him into the final corner as ...

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The Frenchman, who earned his first points of 2019 in Bahrain with eighth place, insists that there's much more to come once he's fully comfortable with the car.<br>Gasly has been on the back foot at his new team since a big crash in Barcelona testing. A frustrating weekend in Australia saw him start 17th and finish 11th, while at Sakhir he qualified 13th and eventually earned eighth, helped by ...

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After a strategy mishap in Australia saw him ruled out in Q1, Gasly endured another torrid qualifying in Bahrain, only just escaping elimination in the first segment before qualifying a lowly 14th.<br>The Frenchman had been outside of the top 10 in two of the three Bahrain practice sessions as well, and said his car hadn't felt right all weekend.<br>“I think since the beginning of the weekend ...

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