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1st (2020 Italian Grand Prix)
2nd (2021 Qatar Grand Prix)
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134
127
284 (1.1 points per race avg)
20 (7.5%)
2020 Austrian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about AlphaTauri

Scuderia AlphaTauri, or simply AlphaTauri, and competing as Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda, is an Italian Formula One racing team and constructor. It is one of two Formula One teams owned by Austrian beverage company Red Bull, the other being Red Bull Racing. The team is set to make its racing début in the 2020 Formula One World Championship as a result of the rebranding from "Toro Rosso" to "AlphaTauri" in order to promote the AlphaTauri fashion brand. According to Franz Tost and Helmut Marko, Scuderia AlphaTauri is no longer the junior team but the sister team to Red Bull Racing.


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seasons

2020, 2021, 2022,

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driver championships

constructor championships

wins AlphaTauri

# event driver
1 2020 Italian Grand Prix round 8 Pierre Gasly

pole positions AlphaTauri

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drivers who drove for AlphaTauri

# driver
1 Pierre Gasly GAS
2 Daniil Kvyat KVY
3 Yuki Tsunoda TSU

AlphaTauri news

While Ford's tie-up with the Red Bull team had been anticipated for a while, with Motorsport.com revealing the possibility back in December, the situation regarding AlphaTauri had been less clear.
With current supplier Honda having registered its interest in producing a power unit for the 2026 regulations, there had been speculation it could do something exclusively with AlphaTauri.
But, as ...

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The Swiss team has landed a new title backer in Stake, an online gambling and casino company, and will be known as Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake.
Orlen entered F1 when Kubica was a race driver with Williams in 2019, and then went to Alfa Romeo the following year. With no race seat available Kubica took up a reserve and FP1 driver role that he held for three seasons.
He was given the opportunity ...

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Gasly signed for Alpine in the wake of Fernando Alonso’s exit to Aston Martin and the team’s failure to secure Oscar Piastri’s services following a ruling by F1’s Contract Recognition Board.
It marked the first F1 move outside of the Red Bull umbrella for Gasly, who has spent the entirety of his F1 career with AlphaTauri and its predecessor, Toro Rosso, with the exception of a ...

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Gasly led AlphaTauri to its highest points total in an F1 season through 2021, scoring 142 points en route to sixth in the constructors? standings to mark the outfit?s best campaign including its time operating as Toro Rosso.
But the team struggled to capitalise on the new regulations as it slipped back to ninth in 2022, picking up just 35 points between Gasly and team-mate Yuki ...

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The Frenchman is leaving the Faenza-based squad at the end of the season to join Alpine for 2023, and is being replaced by rookie Nyck de Vries.
But having built up a good friendship with Tsunoda during their two years together, he is hopeful that the Japanese youngster can overcome his weaknesses and prove himself a strong asset going forward.
Asked in Mexico if he felt Tsunoda has what it ...

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Tsunoda will enter 2023 as the most experienced F1 driver at AlphaTauri after long-serving teammate Pierre Gasly announced his exit for Alpine over the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.
Gasly will be replaced by Nyck de Vries, who has won titles in Formula 2 and Formula E, and made his F1 debut at Monza in September as a late stand-in for Alex Albon at Williams.
Tsunoda has shown ...

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After missing out on an F1 drive following his 2019 FIA Formula 2 title, De Vries moved to Formula E and won the 2020-21 championship with Mercedes.
His world title, combined with Mercedes test and reserve driver duties, kept him in the frame for a belated F1 move. Then after a standout cameo for Williams at last month's Italian Grand Prix, AlphaTauri moved for the 27-year-old Dutchman to ...

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Verstappen revealed on Saturday that he had met de Vries for dinner after the latter?s impressive F1 debut with Williams in the Italian Grand Prix and encouraged him to get in touch with Red Bull's Helmut Marko.
At the time de Vries was being linked with both Williams and Alpine, and indeed he had already arranged a test at Budapest with the French outfit?s 2021 car.
However ...

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De Vries had to jump into the Williams of Alex Albon at Monza from FP3 onwards after the Anglo-Thai driver was struck by appendicitis.
Despite his limited running in the FW44 he barely put a foot wrong and enjoyed a solid drive to ninth place in the race to earn points on his F1 debut.
The timing of de Vries' debut could not have been better as it was becoming clear that Colton Herta ? the ...

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De Vries replaces Pierre Gasly, who has been released from an ongoing contract to drive for Alpine next season.
The 27-year-old has put himself in a prime spot to one day potentially replace Sergio Perez and join his friend and countryman Max Verstappen in the Red Bull Racing line-up.
?I?m extremely excited to be joining Scuderia AlphaTauri for 2023,? said de Vries, ?and I want to ...

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Honda formally quit F1 at the end of the 2021 season, yet it has continued to support the Red Bull-owned teams on their power units via its racing division, Honda Racing Corporation, in a deal running to the end of 2025.
But Honda branding will now return to the Red Bull Racing and AlphaTauri cars from this weekend after an increased partnership was announced on Wednesday, marking the closest ...

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The Frenchman had been running comfortably in the top seven in the first half of the race, ahead of the critical switch to slick tyres that teams needed to make as the track dried out.
But the squad went too early with its call as the track was not quite ready for dry tyres, and that shuffled Gasly well down the order. He ended up coming home 10th.
After the race, Gasly said he did not ...

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AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost had indicated for some time the plan was always to keep Tsunoda alongside Pierre Gasly - confirmation of whom was given back in June - pending sign-off from Red Bull.
Tsunoda said a few weeks ago that his future depended on "things in the background", but that he was satisfied with his displays even if the results this year have been hard to come by. Tsunoda ...

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Tsunoda, 22, made his F1 debut with AlphaTauri in 2021, and was widely expected to be retained by the team for a third season heading into next year.
The Japanese driver said at the end of last month that his future was dependent on ?things in the background?, but any doubt over his seat with AlphaTauri was removed on Thursday when the team confirmed he would be staying put for ...

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The IndyCar frontrunner is being targeted for a race seat at AlphaTauri next season as part of a deal that would result in Pierre Gasly being released to Alpine.
His chances of making the switch to F1 are dependent on him securing a superlicence, with Red Bull having asked the FIA for a special dispensation as he currently only has 32 of the 40 points required.
Despite the lobbying from Red ...

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The IndyCar frontrunner has found himself thrust in to the centre of F1?s driver market silly season in the wake of Fernando Alonso?s shock move from Alpine to Aston Martin for 2023.
Alpine?s hunt for a replacement for Alonso had initially been pinned on Oscar Piastri, but it subsequently emerged that the young Australian had signed for McLaren.
That move shifted Alpine?s focus on to ...

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The accusations on social media were stoked by the impact the virtual safety car that followed Tsunoda's retirement had on the race, favouring Max Verstappen at the expense of Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
Red Bull head of strategy Hannah Schmitz has been the victim of online abuse as a result.
The drama began when emerging from his pitstop Tsunoda suspected that a ...

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Tsunoda pulled up at the side of the track on Lap 43, reporting to AlphaTauri over the radio that not all of his tyres were fitted correctly.
Thirty seconds later, Tsunoda was told to continue as there was no data suggesting anything was wrong. He returned to the pits to have his seatbelts retightened and a different set of tyres fitted to his car.
But soon after going back out on track ...

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The IndyCar star was linked to a move to the Faenza-based squad after it was revealed that Pierre Gasly could replace Fernando Alonso at Alpine.
Alongside his current commitments with Andretti Autosport, Herta has a testing deal with McLaren and drove a 2021 F1 car in Portimao last month.
Lawson is currently competing in his second FIA Formula 2 season with Carlin, and undertook his maiden ...

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In an even more unexpected development IndyCar star Colton Herta has been linked with a future at AlphaTauri.
Publicly Alpine team boss Otmar Szafnauer insists that the Enstone team won?t think about other drivers until the Contract Recognition Board discusses the Oscar Piastri case on Monday.
However, sources suggest that Alpine has already indicated its interest in Gasly to Red ...

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The F1 driver market for 2023 has moved quickly over the summer break following confirmation of Fernando Alonso's shock switch to Aston Martin, Daniel Ricciardo's exit from McLaren and Alex Albon's extended Williams deal.
AlphaTauri is one of the few teams with a free seat for next year, but team principal Franz Tost previously indicated Tsunoda had a "good chance" for keeping his ...

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Gasly led AlphaTauri to the largest points haul in the team?s history last year as it finished sixth in the championship on 142 points, giving the Italian squad hope of breaking into the top five in 2022.
But the team has instead slipped back through the competitive midfield, leaving it with just 27 points to show for the opening 13 races, 57 less than it had at the same point last ...

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After a strong 2021 season the Faenza outfit has demonstrated somewhat erratic form this season, often slipping to the bottom of the midfield pack.
However, Gasly is reluctant to blame a lack of resources relative to its immediate rivals, and insists that the team has a strong core of people who can address the current issues.
"Compared to big teams like Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull ...

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The car?s strengths and weaknesses have meant that at circuits including slow and twisty sections, like Monaco and Baku, it has produced the goods. Whereas at high-speed venues, with faster corners, it has struggled a lot more.
The team is aware of this problem and the major update it brought to last weekend?s French Grand Prix was focused on helping the car to work better across all ...

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Gasly entered his home grand prix weekend hoping to take a step forward after AlphaTauri debuted its long-awaited upgrade package in practice on Friday.
Gasly was comfortably inside the top 10 in both FP1 and FP2, and noted that he felt more confident in the car with the updates, only to then qualify a lowly 16th at Paul Ricard on Saturday.
Speaking after qualifying, Gasly explained that he ...

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