The AlphaTauri improvements that mean Gasly’s form is no fluke
Pierre Gasly has driven superbly since demotion from Red Bull in 2019, but the team formerly known as Toro Rosso has come on strong too – building a car that can often challenge Ferrari and McLaren. Here Gasly reveals to ALEX KALINAUCKAS how AlphaTauri has given him the tools needed to rebuild his reputation
“Obviously, the entire team is disappointed…”
The sentiment AlphaTauri technical director Jody Egginton expressed in the aftermath of Pierre Gasly’s seventh place in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix rather neatly sums up just how far the former Minardi squad has progressed in recent seasons.
Gasly’s form is perhaps the best place to start when considering this team’s recent return to prominence. After all, he matched Sebastian Vettel’s 2008 triumph for Toro Rosso by taking his own maiden F1 victory at Monza last year, the shock result of that campaign. This win came just over a year after Gasly’s ignominious demotion to Red Bull’s junior team – which is actually not what it’s supposed to be called these days…
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