Jul.25 - Nyck de Vries' Formula 1 career is not necessarily over, his manager Guillaume Le Goff insists.

The 28-year-old Dutch rookie, who was dumped by AlphaTauri team owner Red Bull after his ten races into his first full season this year, has been linked with a return to a test role at Mercedes.

But Le Goff insists that may not be the only option.

"I've had quite a few calls in the past week," the Frenchman, who also manages Pierre Gasly, told the Dutch publication Formule 1.

"There is plenty of interest in Nyck," Le Goff added. "Endurance, Le Mans, GTs, Formula E, also Formula 1. We'll see."

Presumably for legal reasons, de Vries' manager did not want to comment on the controversial decision to dump the former Formula E and Formula 2 champion.

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One F1 fan comment on “From Rookie to Revival: Nyck de Vries' F1 Career Crossroads

  1. Jere Jyrälä

    No, his F1 career is effectively over for good because no team really desired him before Red Bull offered him a drive at Alpha Tauri (& even they did that only after their preferred option proved unavailable), so even less after a 10-GP subpar performance stint.
    FE, WEC, or something else, is where his racing career continuation realistically lies.


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