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Giovinazzi hopes to get 2023 F1 seat after Haas outings

AUTODROMO NAZIONALE, MONZA, ITALY - 2022/09/09: Antonio Giovinazzi of Haas F1 Team on track during free practice 1 ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Italy. (Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Former Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi hopes to get a Formula 1 seat for the 2023 season after driving practice sessions for the Haas team.

The Italian driver drove Free Practice 1 for Haas this Friday at the Italian Grand Prix and is due to participate in another session at the United States Grand Prix.

When asked about his chances for a seat next year, Giovinazzi said he “doesn’t know. It’s not a question that you will ask me.”

“I want to be here next year, for sure. It’s not a secret. But it’s not in my hands.

“So, let’s see what we can do. For now I focus on doing a great job in these two sessions. One is over. Then we have another one.

“I know that if I’m doing a good job it’s a possibility and there’s a chance there.

“But it’s not in my hands. So let’s see what we can do in Austin. I think the team was happy, Guenther [Steiner] was happy, so I’m happy as well. And then see what we can do.”


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