Antonio Giovinazzi: "The F.1 knows how to be ruthless when money dictates the rules"

The Italian downloaded on social media after losing his position at Alfa Romeo to the Chinese Guanyu Zhou.

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The Italian did not take long Antonio Giovinazzi in unloading his anger for losing his place in the team Alfa Romeo de F1 a chinese hands Guanyu-Zhou. While it was already rumored, his reaction makes it clear that I had certain expectations to renew his bond with the team.

“The F.1 is talent, car, risk, speed. But she also knows how to be ruthless when money dictates the rules ”, Giovinazzi shot on his social networks as if to show that, indeed, the money that Zhou contributed was essential to become the Finn's partner Valtteri Bottas in 2022.

Antonio GiovinazziAt the time it had transpired that Zhou was going to contribute 30 millones de euros to become the first Chinese rider to race in F.1, something that the own Fred Vasseur, team manager, had ruled out. However, Giovinazzi's sayings now leave the team-manager in a bad way ...

“I believe in the small and big victories achieved thanks to the own means. This was my first photo on an F.1, the last one has not been taken yet ”, Giovinazzi added in the same post that he accompanied with an image from his childhood where he is seen on a small toy Ferrari.

The 27-year-old Italian made his F.1 debut in 2017 with Clean, current Alfa Romeo Racing. He played a total of 59 Grand Prizes and his best result was the fifth place he achieved in the Brazilian Grand Prix of 2019.

In any case, the Italian found quick work since after ranting against the F.1 and its system communicated through its networks his landing in the Formula E as a pilot of the Dragon Penske Autosport.

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