Gasly still hoping for F1 future
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OCTOBER 17, 2016

Gasly still hoping for F1 future

Pierre Gasly insists he remains in the running to enter formula one in 2017.

Earlier, it was said that Daniil Kvyat's chances of keeping his Toro Rosso seat had risen, because 20-year-old Gasly has had an up-and-down season in GP2 and may not win the title.

But the Red Bull-backed Frenchman insisted: "It has never been that I have to win GP2 to go into F1, but it's always been the goal.

"For now, we will see how the season ends," Gasly told the publication FranceF1.

"It's still a bit too early. We will talk with Helmut Marko and Red Bull and try to see what is best for my future."

When asked about his current contract, Gasly revealed: "My contract still runs for several years with Red Bull -- it does not end at the end of the season."

(GMM)

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