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Nyck de Vries, F1 driver

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6 February 1995 (27)
Cliff Griffith (6 February 1916)

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about Nyck de Vries

Hendrik Johannes Nicasius de Vries, better known as Nyck de Vries (born 6 February 1995) is a Dutch racing driver. He won the 2020–21 Formula E World Championship and the 2019 FIA Formula 2 Championship, as well as the 2010 and 2011 Karting World Championships. He was signed to the McLaren young driver programme from January 2010 until May 2019 and Audi Sport racing academy from October 2016 until August 2019. He is also the reserve driver for the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team. De Vries made his Formula One debut in September 2022 for Williams at the 2022 Italian Grand Prix.


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De Vries will race full time in F1 this year with AlphaTauri after being signed as Pierre Gasly's replacement following the Frenchman's move to Alpine.
At 27, de Vries will be one of the oldest full-season rookies in recent memory, but clinched the seat after impressing upon a late call-up for his F1 debut at Monza last year, finishing ninth for Williams when Alex Albon was ruled out through ...

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The Dutchman, a Formula E champion in the 2020-21 season with the Mercedes outfit, has earned a move to the AlphaTauri F1 squad to partner Yuki Tsunoda at the team.
After impressing in his one-race cameo at Williams in 2022 as a late call-up to substitute for Alex Albon, de Vries sufficiently turned heads among Red Bull's higher-ups to earn the race seat vacated by Pierre Gasly.
James, de ...

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De Vries was catapulted into the limelight during the Monza weekend when he was thrust into the Williams FW44 as a substitute for Alex Albon, who was sidelined with appendicitis.
The Dutchman, who had already conducted an FP1 session for Aston Martin that weekend, got into Q2 at the first time of asking to outqualify teammate Nicholas Latifi.
Grid penalties moved de Vries up to eighth on the ...

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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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De Vries has been a reserve driver all season and has been following race weekends in the Mercedes garage. He took part in an FP1 session for the team when he stood in for Lewis Hamilton in France.
In Singapore, as it became clear that he was likely to land an AlphaTauri driver next season he was obliged to take a step back.
He was no longer involved in all meetings through the weekend as ...

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The pair first came across each other in karting, although they were in different categories, as the older de Vries moved up the ranks first.
However, they raced each other in the 2018 FIA F2 championship, which Russell won ahead of Lando Norris, Alex Albon and de Vries.
De Vries was in talks with several F1 teams about a 2022 drive when his appearance as substitute for Albon at ...

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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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AlphaTauri announced on Saturday that 2019 Formula 2 champion de Vries will be joining the team for next year, replacing the Alpine-bound Pierre Gasly as Yuki Tsunoda's teammate.
De Vries made his F1 debut as a late stand-in for Alex Albon at Williams in the Italian Grand Prix last month, scoring two points with a run to ninth place.
It helped accelerate talks with AlphaTauri, which had ...

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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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In the wake of his F1 debut at Monza, the Dutchman has potential opportunities with Alpine and Williams as well as the chance to join the Red Bull camp, but he insists that he is not in a position to choose where he goes.
If he does join AlphaTauri then Pierre Gasly will be released to go to Alpine. If Gasly stays put then De Vries is high on Alpine?s list of possible replacements for ...

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De Vries was drafted in to race for Williams at Monza last weekend when Alex Albon was sidelined by appendicitis on Saturday ahead of final practice, marking the Dutchman?s first grand prix start.
Despite only learning he was required to step in for Albon shortly before FP3, de Vries managed to reach Q2 before finishing the race ninth, matching Williams? best result of the ...

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Having driven for Aston Martin in opening practice on Friday, de Vries was drafted in by Williams ahead of FP3 on Saturday when Alex Albon was taken ill and diagnosed with appendicitis.
The rookie qualified 13th and moved up five places on the grid thanks to penalties for other drivers to start eighth.
He eventually finished the race in ninth, thus logging two points on his debut.
Wolff ...

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When Mercedes' Formula E champion De Vries rocked up in the Monza paddock on Friday no one could have predicted the rollercoaster weekend that would lie ahead of him.
As part of his Mercedes duties, De Vries was made available to its partner teams for a reserve role and took the wheel of Sebastian Vettel's Aston Martin in first free practice.
He had been praised by Vettel and the team for ...

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De Vries was called up by Williams shortly before the Italian Grand Prix's FP3 session to replace Alex Albon, who was taken ill with appendicitis.
The former Formula 2 and Formula E champion immediately impressed at Monza by outqualifying Albon's regular teammate Nicholas Latifi and after a barrage of gird penalties he started eighth alongside fellow Dutchman Max Verstappen.
De Vries backed ...

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De Vries was called in to replace Alex Albon at Williams for the remainder of the Monza weekend on Saturday when the latter was ruled out with appendicitis.
The one-time Formula E champion qualified 13th ? though started eighth due to grid penalties for others ? and went on to finish his debut F1 race in ninth despite receiving a reprimand for erratic driving under the late safety ...

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The 2020/2021 Formula E champion was drafted in to replace Alex Albon on Saturday at Monza after the Thai driver was struck down by appendicitis.
De Vries qualified a solid 13th before being promoted to eighth due to a raft of grid penalties being applied to drivers ahead of him.
The Dutchman would only lose one place in the race to finish his debut in ninth, keeping that result despite ...

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The Dutchman, a late call-up into the Williams team after Alex Albon was sidelined with appendicitis, spent almost the entirety of the race defending from Zhou as he sought to preserve a points-scoring debut run and was classified ninth at the flag.
Zhou was within a second of de Vries for the majority of the race, but was unable to mount an assault on the Williams stand-in as the two were ...

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The Dutchman is deputising for Alex Albon at Williams in the Italian GP, and will start the race from eighth on the grid after jumping into the FW44 for FP3.
He qualified 13th but has moved up five places thanks to penalties for other drivers.
De Vries, who serves as a reserve for Mercedes, Williams and Aston Martin, admitted that he never expected the job to lead to an opportunity to ...

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The Dutchman, who drove in Friday practice for Aston Martin, has been drafted in at the last minute after Albon was taken unwell on Saturday morning.
A statement issued by Williams said: ?Williams Racing can confirm that, after feeling unwell this morning and seeking medical advice from the FIA and local hospital, Alex Albon is now undergoing treatment for appendicitis.
?Following on ...

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The Dutchman has already participated in two FP1 sessions during the 2022 season, taking over Alex Albon's Williams at the Spanish Grand Prix before driving Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes at Paul Ricard ahead of the French Grand Prix.
De Vries has already spent time preparing for his outing in Aston Martin's AMR22 by driving the team's simulator at its Silverstone base, having been in talks with the ...

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As part of the 2022 sporting regulations teams are obliged to run rookie drivers in two FP1 sessions across the season.
World champion outfit Mercedes will give its first FP1 slot of the year to its test and reserve driver De Vries, who will sample the team's W13 at Paul Ricard on Friday.
In Mercedes' preview on this weekend, team principal Toto Wolff said: "Nyck is replacing Lewis in first ...

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Reigning Formula E champion de Vries, part of Mercedes' F1 reserve roster in addition to his duties with the German manufacturer's FE squad, has earned a call-up to drive in FP1 at Barcelona - his first outing in an official F1 session. This was helped in part due to new rules mandating teams to run rookie drivers in at least two free practice sessions. 
De Vries, who was a long-time ...

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Under the 2022 rules, every team has to use two Friday sessions for a rookie driver over the course of the season.
It will be the first official appearance on track on a grand prix weekend for the Dutchman, who had his maiden outing in an F1 car with Mercedes in the young driver test in Abu Dhabi at the end of the 2020 season.
The Grove team says that the Formula E champion "will aid the ...

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Formula E champion de Vries featured as Mercedes? young driver for the test at the Yas Marina Circuit that was split between rookies in this year?s cars and current F1 drivers sampling the new 18-inch tyres in modified mule cars ahead of 2022.
De Vries set a fastest lap time of 1m23.194s in the final 30 minutes of the day, giving him P1 by over 1.3 seconds from AlphaTauri?s Liam Lawson ...

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