Brendon Hartley demands he feels like his Formula One profession has basically been “put on hold” subsequent to losing his Toro Rosso drive for 2019.
On Monday, Toro Rosso affirmed British-Thai driver Alexander Albon, who completed third in Formula Two this year, will supplant Hartley next season. Hartley’s seat had been in danger for the greater part of 2018 and he neglected to do what’s necessary to persuade Red Bull managers he merited an expansion.
It leaves Hartley without a F1 situate for next season. The Kiwi driver presented a resistant message via web-based networking media this week.
Hartley stated: “I exited the circuit on Sunday with my head held high. I’m extremely glad for my story and voyage up until now however am left inclination I have incomplete business in F1. For the minute that has been put on hold. I’ve hit hindrances previously and I am a solid adherent that intense circumstances make you stronger…”
It is misty what Hartley will do straightaway. Before his F1 residency he had delighted in achievement in the World Endurance Championship with Porsche. He had marked a temporary contract to race in IndyCar for 2018 preceding being marked to drive for Toro Rosso in front of the 2017 U.S. Fabulous Prix.