Liam Lawson is on track for next year with his performance at the Singapore Grand Prix. zamHe immediately strengthened his claim to compete in Formula 1.
The New Zealander scored the first points of his career by finishing ninth in Singapore, a result that led AlphaTauri to field him for the Japanese Grand Prix as well.
"Daniel is flying to Australia to continue his physiotherapy process," AlphaTauri CEO Peter Bayer told ServusTV.
“He will support us morally but he will not be in Suzuka.” said.
In his interview after the race, Lawson said that he had not yet been informed about what he would do, but stated that he wanted to race.
“I don't know what I'm going to do yet but it would be great if I race because I know Suzuka a lot better and it will be very interesting to drive a Formula 1 car there,” Lawson said. he said.
Bayer stated that negotiations for the 2024 driver roster are continuing.
“The talks are going well. “Liam does everything he needs to do.”
“We will soon find out who will be driving the AlphaTauri cars next year.”
“But Daniel will definitely return to the wheel this year. “Liam also wants to finish the season in Super Formula.”
The season finale of the series will be held in Suzuka on October 27-29.