Nyck de Vries Met With Red Bull Advisor About Possible F1 Future

Nyck de Vries made his Formula One race debut at the Italian Grand Prix after Alex Albon was diagnosed with appendicitis—and the Dutchman arguably knocked it out of the park. 

The reserve driver finished ninth, bringing home two points to Williams while Nicholas Latifi ended the day in 15th. Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell sang his praises after the race, and Russell went as far as to say, in part, “there’s no doubt he’s deserving of a place in Formula One.”

According to ESPN, de Vries’s name has in the running for a possible F1 seat next season as Williams has yet to confirm its 2023 driver lineup. But his options may extend beyond that single team. The 27-year-old confirmed on the Dutch TV show Humberto op Zaterdag over the weekend that he has spoken with Alpine as well as Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko. 

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