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Nyck de Vries, F1 driver

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Dutch
6 February 1995 (29)
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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2022, 2023,

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teams & teammates Nyck de Vries

season teammate
2022 Nicholas Latifi
Alexander Albon
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2023 Yuki Tsunoda
Daniel Ricciardo
Liam Lawson
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The Amsterdam District Court has decreed that De Vries will have to repay the €250,000 loan and, in addition, pay half of both his salary and any sponsorship income he earned during his partial F1 season with AlphaTauri up to July 2023. The Dutchman is now considering an appeal against the decision.De Vries obtained the loan from Jeroen Schothorst’s Investrand company in 2018, when he needed ...

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The 28-year-old, who was reserve driver for Toyota in 2022, is poised to take the race seat originally earmarked for him this season, according to Motorsport.com/Autosport sources.De Vries had signed to race the #7 Toyota GR010 HYBRID Le Mans Hypercar in 2023, but had a get-out clause that enabled him to take up an F1 seat. The likelihood is that he will take the place of Jose Maria Lopez ...

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The FIA Formula 2 and Formula E champion was dropped by the Red Bull stable only 10 races into his full-time rookie F1 season in favour of a return for Daniel Ricciardo.Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko reckoned de Vries "didn't do one super lap that really amazed us" as he struggled to rival team-mate Yuki Tsunoda.De Vries posted on social media: "Of course, it hurts that the F1 chance I ...

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De Vries was axed by AlphaTauri in favour of Daniel Ricciardo ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix after failing to score a point in the opening 10 races of the year.And although AlphaTauri accepts that de Vries faced difficult circumstances, being a rookie in a uncompetitive car beginning with a run of tracks he had not competed at before, it felt that progress should have come by ...

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F1 rookie de Vries was dropped by the Faenza team last week and has been replaced by former McLaren driver Ricciardo from this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.When asked by Motorsport.com if he had sympathy for de Vries, Ricciardo cited his own experience of returning from a spell out of the cockpit in the first half of this season as an example of what can happen."For sure you feel for other ...

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De Vries was sacked by Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko last week after a disappointing first half to the 2023 campaign.His axing is the latest in the long line of mid-season swaps by Red Bull, with the Dutchman being replaced by Daniel Ricciardo from this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.Hamilton, who worked with de Vries when he was a Mercedes reserve driver in 2021 and 2022, made it clear ...

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De Vries was dropped by the Faenza team last week in favour of Daniel Ricciardo just 10 races into his rookie season.Tsunoda says he learned a lot from De Vries despite being the more experienced driver in F1 terms, specifically in terms of how detailed feedback can be.The 2013 Rush movie highlighted Lauda’s acute sensitivity to the behaviour of both road and racing cars, and Tsunoda said that ...

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De Vries was ousted from his AlphaTauri seat by Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko on Tuesday just 10 grands prix into his rookie season, in which he failed to get on par with team-mate Yuki Tsunoda.AlphaTauri called on Red Bull's third driver Ricciardo to take the Dutchman's place, the Australian joining the Faenza squad on loan after impressing his parent team during a Pirelli test in Silverstone.De ...

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Vettel drove for the Faenza-based team when it was known as Toro Rosso before moving to Red Bull and winning four world championships prior to leaving for Ferrari.He remains on friendly terms with the Milton Keynes-based team and its boss Christian Horner.Speaking in an ITV interview at Goodwood on Saturday, Vettel stressed that he is happy to see his former team-mate Daniel Ricciardo make a ...

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On Tuesday, AlphaTauri and parent team Red Bull announced de Vries would make way for Red Bull's third driver Daniel Ricciardo from next week's Hungarian Grand Prix, meaning the Australian will make a shock return with his former team halfway into his sabbatical from F1.Explaining his decision to oust 28-year-old rookie de Vries after just 10 races, Red Bull advisor Marko said the Dutchman was not ...

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Earlier on Tuesday, it emerged that De Vries had been dismissed after just 10 grands prix following a disappointing start to his F1 career with the Italian squad.AlphaTauri has now confirmed De Vries' exit and has announced that Red Bull third driver Ricciardo will step into the Dutchman's seat for the remainder of the 2023 season."Scuderia AlphaTauri announces that Daniel Ricciardo will be ...

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Any other team ejecting its rookie driver after less than half a season would have caused a serious stir in Formula 1.But the fact that de Vries' removal from Red Bull's second team AlphaTauri was almost greeted with a sense of inevitability speaks volumes on the company's - and in particular advisor Helmut Marko's - notorious lack of patience once one of its drivers fails to deliver.There is ...

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In the earlier days of the championship, it was not uncommon for the smaller teams to phase out drivers depending on the money they could bring, while larger teams were not above that either if a driver had been unable to live up to expectations.It proved to be the latter in de Vries' case, as the Red Bull-owned team once more flexed its itchy trigger finger to relieve the Dutchman of his services ...

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Dutchman De Vries had been under pressure for weeks after a disappointing start to his F1 career with the Italian squad.Alongside fellow rookie Logan Sargeant, De Vries is the only driver yet to register points in 2023 as he struggled for pace compared to team-mate Yuki Tsunoda.His cause wasn't helped by AlphaTauri underperforming with this season's AT04, which has left the team last in the ...

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The car’s key weakness has been rear-end entry stability, and Eddolls acknowledged that it hasn’t helped the Dutchman, who like the other F1 newcomers also faced a run of tricky street and temporary tracks in the first part of the season.
De Vries has struggled thus far to match team-mate Yuki Tsunoda, and has been under pressure from his team boss Franz Tost and Red Bull motor ...

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De Vries was given a five-second time penalty and two points on his licence after the third on-track confrontation between the pair in two weekends became the first to draw the attention of the stewards.
In Montreal, both drivers came to a halt on the circuit when battling for position and De Vries misjudged a move down the inside, but no action was taken by the FIA.
Early in the Austrian ...

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Magnussen and de Vries were set to start 19th and 20th on the grid respectively, so both their teams elected to breach parc ferme rules and make changes to the cars with a minimal penalty.
In Magnussen's case, Haas opted to tweak the set-up of his VF-23 car.
De Vries' changes are much bigger in scope, with AlphaTauri changing the Dutchman's rear wing and beam wing to a previous specification ...

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De Vries has faced a rough first third of his rookie season, struggling to get on Tsunoda's pace as a lack of consistency has held him back across the first eight races.
He is one of two drivers yet to register points, alongside fellow rookie Logan Sargeant, although that is also partly due to an underperforming AT04.
Pressure on De Vries has already started mounting, with Red Bull advisor ...

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Just after the halfway mark, on lap 36, de Vries made a bold overtake into Turn 1 while the pair were squabbling over 12th place.
Magnussen refused to yield on the outside, which became the inside for Turn 2, and the pair then traded glancing blows, which allowed Mercedes' George Russell past.
De Vries and Magnussen continued their fight towards Turn 3, where de Vries outbraked himself on ...

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De Vries has had a rough start to his F1 career, struggling to match team-mate Yuki Tsunoda in his first five F1 races after being signed to replace Pierre Gasly.
The 27-year-old Dutchman has suffered a spate of costly crashes while also failing to match the Japanese driver's pace both in qualifying and in races.
In Monaco de Vries reached Q2 for the second consecutive time as he cut the ...

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The F2 and Formula E champion sits bottom of the championship, level with Williams newcomer Logan Sargeant as the pair have failed to score a point after five rounds.
With commentators then latching onto Red Bull third driver and eight-time grand prix winner Daniel Ricciardo having a customary AlphaTauri seat fitting earlier this month, rumours regarding de Vries' future began to swirl.
Red ...

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A champion in F2 and FE, de Vries joined AlphaTauri after excelling last year in a one-off drive for Williams at Monza, where he finished ninth while deputising for Alex Albon.
Despite being an F1 rookie, De Vries' vast experience as a Mercedes test driver and a winner in other forms of motorsport made him an enticing prospect for AlphaTauri to replace Alpine-bound Pierre Gasly.
But the ...

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On Wednesday it was confirmed that the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix would not go ahead due to the issues in the surrounding area, as well as at the Imola track itself.
Roads and bridges were closed due to the volume of water, while others were blocked by mudslides.
De Vries was unable to reach his hotel and was eventually given an alternative home room elsewhere by a member of the McLaren pit ...

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However, while de Vries is facing some tough times in his rookie season, Ricciardo's presence in Faenza does not mean a driver change is definitely on its way.
Instead, Ricciardo's visit was nothing out of the ordinary. As part of his arrangement with Red Bull for this year, where will be a reserve driver at some races, the Australian will also fulfil that role for AlphaTauri, so a seat ...

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De Vries crashed during Friday qualifying for last weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix and then suffered another incident in the race when he tapped the inside wall at Turn 5, having to retire with a bent front-left toe link.
The 2020/21 Formula E champion is still chasing his first points finish this season, with fellow rookie Logan Sargeant the only other driver in the same boat as 2023's tight ...

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