The team also hailed him as a “very talented driver”.
On September 22, 2022, F1 Scuderia AlphaTauri announced that Yuki Tsunoda would remain with the team for the 2023 season. Although Tsunoda finished 7th in the 4th round of the season, the Emilia-Romagna GP, he struggled to scoring points in just 3 races, and the focus was on next season’s seat battle. However, even though the seats for next season have been confirmed, the situation remains difficult and we can’t wait to see how they perform next week at the Singapore GP and the Japanese GP, which will be held from October 7th to 9th. .
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Yuki Tsunoda started karting at an early age and won the FIA-F4 title in Japan in 2018 as part of Honda’s driver development program. His run there was recognized by Red Bull and he joined the Red Bull Junior team, and from 2020 he will compete in the FIA F2 championship, which is a lower category of F1, from Carlin. Leaving behind he made his F1 debut in 2021 from Alpha Tauri. Yuki Tsunoda has gained three points so far this season and is 11th in the driver standings. Franz Tost of Scuderia AlphaTauri commented: “He is a very talented driver and he is improving in 2022.” Although not widely known in Japan, he was early hailed as a “future F1 driver candidate” by those involved in racing in Europe, showing that he had something Japanese drivers didn’t. not so far.
Certainly the sense of presence as a ‘team member’ is beginning to emerge.
In 2021, the year of his F1 debut, he won the first round prize and finished 4th in the last round, Abu Dhabi GP, showing his success by recording seven prizes during the season. However, this season, which is the second year, F1 regulations have changed significantly and he hasn’t been able to show his performance like last year. Despite this, it looks like the team’s valuation is going up, unlike the results, such as earning 3 points so far, finishing 11th in the driver standings, and being on par with teammate Pierre Gasly. With this official announcement, 2023 will be the third season in F1, but before that there are still six races left this season, including the Japanese Grand Prix, which will be held from October 8-10. opening race. Tsunoda’s lack of results this season isn’t entirely his fault, but with the rise of young riders, it’s time to get some results. “I am deeply grateful to Red Bull, Honda and Scuderia AlphaTauri for giving me the opportunity to continue racing in F1. After moving to Italy last year to live closer to the factory, I am now part of of the team,” Tsunoda said. I feel like I got used to it, so I’m happy to be able to race with them again in 2023. Of course, the 2022 season isn’t over yet and we’re still working hard in the middle battle. peloton. At the moment our focus is on finishing the season in first place and then we will look to next season.” Yuki Tsunoda who was given the chance to lead F1 for another season. With 6 races remaining this season and 24 races next season (expected), let’s support them carefully.
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