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Pierre Gasly

personalia

French
7 February 1996 (26)
Christian Klien (7 February 1983)

statistics

1 (1%)
3 (3%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st (2020 Italian Grand Prix)
2nd (2021 Qatar Grand Prix)
6
99
97
325 (3.3 points per race avg)
6110
26 (0.4%)
3 (3%)
15 (15.2%)
2017 Malaysian Grand Prix
2022 Hungarian 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.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event F1 constructor
1 2020 Italian Grand Prix round 8 AlphaTauri

pole positions

# event F1 constructor

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
Alexander Albon
Daniil Kvyat
Red Bull compare 2019
2020 Daniil Kvyat
AlphaTauri compare 2020
2021 Yuki Tsunoda
AlphaTauri compare 2021
2022 Yuki Tsunoda
AlphaTauri compare 2022

news

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 AlphaTauri driver was left stranded in 19th on the grid after losing a lap that would have got him through to Q2.
The offence took place at Turn 5, where officials were using CCTV for monitoring purposes.
Sergio Perez also lost a lap time at the same corner in Q2, but a replay on the world feed suggested that he was not fully across the white line, prompting a second look by the FIA. The ...

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Both Verstappen and Perez had disappointing qualifying sessions at the Hungaroring as Mercedes' George Russell took his maiden pole position.
Perez failed to make it out of Q2 after blaming being held up by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen on his final run for not making it through. He therefore starts from 11th.
Verstappen did make it through to Q3 but found his chances of fighting for pole ...

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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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AlphaTauri opted to wait until this weekend’s French Grand Prix to debut its first major upgrade package for the AT03 car, causing it to lose ground on many of its midfield rivals in recent weeks.
The team has failed to score any points in the last three races, a feat only matched by Williams, but Gasly and teammate Yuki Tsunoda both got the chance to run the updated package on Friday at Paul ...

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The pair were running in seventh and eighth at the time of their clash, which led to Gasly's eventual retirement and a lowly 14th place finish for Tsunoda.
Onboard footage revealed that their battle first began to heat up at Stowe on lap 10, with Gasly's graining soft tyres having allowed his teammate to close up.
Tsunoda went down the inside and Gasly ran wide off the circuit but still ...

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The Italian squad endured a difficult first day of practice, with Gasly ending up 18th in the dry FP2 and teammate Yuki Tsunoda only two places further ahead.
Although Gasly says his afternoon running was not helped by car damage, he says that the AT03’s deficit to its rivals on the kind of quick corners that make up the Silverstone circuit explain its form.
“It clearly exposes us,” he ...

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Although Gasly was under contract with AlphaTauri until the end of next year, news of Sergio Perez’s two-year deal at Red Bull led to questions about Gasly’s future, given his aspirations to return to the senior squad in the future.
But AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost stressed in Canada last weekend that Gasly was “100% confirmed” to be staying in Faenza for next year, saying ...

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The final hour of practice before qualifying started in cold and wet conditions after heavy rain, which had hit Montreal regularly over the past few days, arrived early enough on Saturday to disrupt proceedings.
At the start of the session on a soaked Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the four cars from Haas and Alfa Romeo gingerly headed out for exploratory laps on extreme wets, soon joined by ...

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Ahead of this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, the FIA issued a technical directive to teams to intervene on the ongoing porpoising issue amid safety concerns raised by a number of drivers.
The FIA is set to focus on gathering data this weekend, but will look to apply a threshold for how much the cars can porpoise to prevent drivers from encountering the kind of discomfort many faced ...

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The new generation of F1 cars for 2022 marked the return of ground effect, requiring them to be set up running as low as possible to the ground. This has resulted in a porpoising phenomenon for the cars when hitting high speeds, impacting the majority of teams.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix race weekend saw the issue reach a new height as a number of drivers reported back pain due to their cars ...

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The Frenchman enjoyed a strong first day of practice in Baku on Friday, as he ended the afternoon session in sixth position – just behind Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz.
And while a similarly strong showing in Monaco practice did not follow through to a good result in the race, Gasly thinks that his team’s potential is greater this weekend thanks to Baku not exposing the weaknesses in its ...

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The Frenchman had hoped to find his way back to Red Bull after returning to form at AlphaTauri, but that door now appears to be firmly shut after the Milton Keynes-based squad recently committed to Perez until the end of 2024.
And while Gasly still has one year left of his contract to race at AlphaTauri, beyond that he says that things are much more open – and that could mean leaving the Red ...

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F1 overhauled its technical rulebook for the 2022 season, placing a heavy focus on aerodynamics in a bid to make the cars easier to follow and allow for more on-track action.
The regulations also saw a clampdown on technical freedoms in a bid to help the field converge, with a view to creating closer competition between teams.
The opening seven races of the season have all been won by either ...

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One-time grand prix winner Gasly has a deal with AlphaTauri until the end of 2023, and said earlier this year that 2022 was probably his final chance to show he deserved to be promoted back to Red Bull, having been dropped to AlphaTauri during the 2019 season.
Since returning to AlphaTauri, Gasly has grown as a driver and has led the Faenza-based squad capably. He scored his maiden F1 win with ...

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After running well during practice, Gasly qualified a lowly 17th after a strategy mix-up by AlphaTauri prevented him from setting a time at the end of Q1.
The Frenchman told his team to "be prepared" to take risks on strategy in the race, prompting him to be the first driver in the field to switch from wet to intermediate tyres after the red flag restart.
Gasly survived a couple of sketchy ...

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Gasly had placed inside the top 10 in all three practice sessions in Monaco, ending Saturday's FP3 session fifth fastest, but was eliminated in 17th place at the end of Q1.
A red flag with two minutes remaining in the session prompted a late flurry of laptimes, but Gasly was sent out at the back of the queue and missed the line, taking the chequered flag and therefore preventing himself from ...

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Gasly had a brush with the right rear wheel of countryman Esteban Ocon shortly after the start which affected the balance of his AlphaTauri and made it hard for him to defend.
Later when Lance Stroll attempted a pass on the outside of Turn 1, Gasly tipped the Aston Martin driver into a spin, earning himself a five-second penalty.
Gasly said that he accepted the penalty, which cost him a ...

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Gasly and Norris made contact while exiting Turn 8 with 18 laps remaining, causing Norris to hit the wall on the left-hand side of the circuit and retire from the race on the spot.
It came after Gasly had ran wide at Turn 7, allowing Mick Schumacher and Kevin Magnussen to pass him before Norris also tried to get ahead, only to make contact with Gasly’s front-left tyre.
The stewards noted ...

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AlphaTauri’s Gasly – who won the 2020 Italian Grand Prix – enjoyed a three-hour dinner with former NBA star Jordan, who won six championships with the Chicago Bulls during his stellar 15-year professional career. Along with his sporting success, Jordan became a cultural icon and this was fuelled by the success of Nike’s Air Jordan range of sneakers.
One of Gasly’s personal sponsors ...

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Hamilton had got dumped behind Gasly after the mid-race switch to slicks, having lost some time when Alpine’s Esteban Ocon was released into his path on the way out of the pits.
But despite Hamilton appearing to have an overall pace advantage over Gasly ahead of him, the Mercedes driver was unable to find a way past the Frenchman as he did not quite have the straightline speed to drag past on ...

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The Frenchman has scored points in two of the first three races of the campaign but is looking for more from his Faenza-based squad after its hugely encouraging 2021.
With teams now ready to unleash car developments that could shake up the order, Gasly thinks that the progress AlphaTauri makes with its own updates will offer a true indication of what its prospects are like for the ...

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With F1 getting close to its limit of 24 races, and new grands prix coming on board in Las Vegas and Qatar, there is increasing competition among the current venues to retain their places on the calendar.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has been clear that even classic circuits need to earn their spot and cannot rely on past glories to guarantee future grands prix.
That talk has prompted ...

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F1's racers were informed in Friday night's lengthy drivers' briefing at the Australian Grand Prix that the FIA would clamp down on what they wear under their race suits.
Amid concerns that drivers had got slack with their race wear, which could compromise their protection in fiery crashes like that which Romain Grosjean suffered in 2020, F1 race director Niels Wittich said that he would get ...

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Gasly has been backed by Red Bull through the majority of his racing career, and graduated to F1 with its sister team, Toro Rosso, at the end of 2017.
The Frenchman was promoted to the senior Red Bull Racing operation for 2019, only to be demoted back to Toro Rosso just 12 races into the season after struggling to match teammate Max Verstappen for pace.
But Gasly has flourished since ...

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