Under-fire De Vries determined to prove Marko wrong

Under-fire De Vries determined to prove Marko wrong

AlphaTauri’s Nyck de Vries expressed his determination to prove Helmut Marko wrong regarding speculation about his Formula One future. Despite being one of only two drivers yet to score this season, de Vries aims to defy Marko’s doubts. His best result so far has been 12th place in eight races for the Red Bull-owned team. In contrast, his Japanese teammate Yuki Tsunoda has secured points twice with two 10th place finishes.

Marko, known for his candid interviews, was asked about disagreements with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner regarding driver signings. He mentioned de Vries as an example, stating that Horner was not a fan of the Dutch rookie. Marko suggested that Horner’s skepticism may have been justified given de Vries’s performance this season.

In response, de Vries, who won the Formula Two championship in 2019 and the Formula E championship in 2020-21, expressed his desire to prove Marko wrong on the track. He emphasized that he is focused on his performance and what he can control. The Dutch driver believes that by continuing to work diligently and patiently, he can tap into his potential and achieve success.

De Vries’s future in Formula One has become more uncertain due to changes in the team management. Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies is set to take over as principal from Franz Tost in 2024. Marko also revealed that the team will have new sponsors and a new name, further adding to the uncertainty surrounding de Vries’s position.

In conclusion, Nyck de Vries is determined to prove Helmut Marko wrong and secure his place in Formula One. Despite his current lack of points, de Vries remains focused on his performance and believes that with time, his potential will shine through. The upcoming changes in team management only add to the uncertainty surrounding his future.

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