Antonio Giovinazzi says he is happy with his performance this year in F1, as the competition for Alfa Romeo bucket seats for next season looks stronger than ever.
Three Ferrari academy drivers – Mick Schumacher, Callum Ilott and Robert Shwartzman – are currently having a superb season in F2, and all three will be eligible for a free practice session on a Grand weekend. Prices this season in F1.
Thanks to the close ties between Alfa Romeo and Ferrari, one of them could be placed next year in the Swiss team and the Italian Antonio Giovinazzi is therefore not immune to being thanked by his team at the end of this season, especially as his current teammate Kimi Raikkonen could well fill for an additional season at the age of 41.
But although the Italian admitted he was still unsure whether he would race for Alfa Romeo in 2021, he said he was happy with his performance so far.
“I’m happy with what I’ve done so far. I still have no news from my side, but I just need to keep pushing hard and see what happens. " Giovinazzi said in Sochi last weekend.
“There's still half a season, eight more races [seven after Russia] so we have to see, but of course I'm trying to do my best and we'll see what happens. "
In the next race at the German Nürburgring circuit, Antonio Giovinazzi will have to leave his car to Mick Schumacher in the first free practice session of the Eifel Grand Prix on Friday.
So far after ten races in 2020, Antonio Giovinazzi has scored just two points, as has teammate Kimi Raikkonen.