WATCH: Celebrating the iconic GTR

Wheels24 contributor Ferdi De Vos takes a look at the history of the Nissan Skyline GT-R, Japan's most iconic performance car.

First Lamborghini Aventador SVJ now in SA

The first Lamborghini Aventador SVJ has just been shipped into SA for a cool R9 695 000 and it's absolutely breathtaking.

New candidate emerges for Toro Rosso F1 seat

2018-10-10 08:47

Image: AP / Yong Teck Lim

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted that Pascal Wehrlein is on the list of contenders to be Daniil Kvyat's team mate at Toro Rosso next year.

Pierre Gasly is moving on to Red Bull Racing, but Brendon Hartley's place at the energy drink company's junior outfit is not secure for 2019.

Focus firmly on track

"The results don't exactly show it, but I know I've got stronger at every race. I'm just focusing on doing the best I can one race at a time and hoping that I'm on the grid next year," said the New Zealander.

READ: Pascal Wehrlein on pole for Toro Rosso seat in 2019

Dr Marko, in charge of the Red Bull driver programme, admits the list to potentially replace Hartley is long.

He joked to Germany's Auto Bild that, when "arranged alphabetically", former Mercedes protege Wehrlein's name is "very far down" the list.

Plenty of other drivers are rumoured to also be on the list, but a new favourite has now emerged.

His name is Alexander Albon, a Briton with a Thai heritage who is currently second overall in Formula 2.

The 22-year-old has historical links with Red Bull, and according to Auto Bild, he has reportedly driven Mercedes' Formula 1 simulator at Brackley this year.


There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.