The Japanese driver has impressed with his speed during his time in Formula 1, having arrived on the grid at the start of 2021 as the first driver in the sport to be born this side of the Millennium.
Indeed, he’s added an extra level of consistency and maturity to his driving this year and, though the team has perhaps not managed to build on a good 2021 as much as they would have liked, he has shown that he is capable of getting the very maximum out of the package on a number of occasions.
Yuki Tsunoda reacts to signing new deal
He’s done enough to earn a new contract for 2023, then, and he’s looking forward to seeing what next year will bring:
“I want to say a huge thank you to Red Bull, Honda and Scuderia AlphaTauri for continuing to give me the opportunity to drive in F1,” said Tsunoda in a press release from the team….