Antonio Giovinazzi says he has no longer regarded as what he would accept as true with in 2022 will relish to he no longer assist his location on the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN personnel for a fourth consecutive season.
The kindly unconfirmed seat on the Map 1 grid for next season is at Alfa Romeo, with Giovinazzi amongst these hopeful of being chosen to power alongside Finn Valtteri Bottas, who’s joining the personnel for 2022 in location of the retiring Kimi Räikkönen.
FIA Map 2 entrance runner Guanyu Zhou is rumoured to be the frontrunner for the seat, with the Alpine Academy driver notion to relish indispensable funding on the assist of him to be fantastic he turns into the principle corpulent-time Chinese driver in Map 1. One other Map 2 big title, Frenchman Théo Pourchaire, is already a element of the Sauber Junior Crew and has also been linked with a transient promotion into Map 1.
On the replacement hand, Alfa Romeo relish no longer hinted on their future line-up, and Giovinazzi goes into the final stretch of the 2021 season gleaming he’s going to prefer to accept as true with as genuine a job as that that you just would possibly accept as true with to preserve himself in competition for the seat.
“To be genuine, for now, I want to focal level to preserve this seat in Map 1,” Giovinazzi said to Motorsport.com. Then if in the worst case, I would commence to think for next year.
“However for now, I impartial prefer to focal level on my job right here in F1, and possess a peek at to preserve my seat. The kindly element I will be able to accept as true with is simply power and get to extra aspects and I hope that shall be adequate.”
Need to soundless he no longer be given the nod, Giovinazzi’s future outside of Map 1 will relish to soundless link in with Ferrari, with the Italian an extended-time member of their personnel.
This would possibly perchance well per chance mean a glide into their sportscar personnel and a return to persistence racing, with Giovinazzi having experienced the 24 Hours of Le Mans assist in 2018 in a Ferrari 488 GTE Evo for AF Corse alongside Toni Vilander and Pipo Derani, the trio finishing fifth in the GTE Estimable class.