Canadian Nicholas Latifi has indicated he has yet to make a decision on his future plans, with the current Williams driver insisting he has not ruled out the idea of a 2023 gap year.
Last month, the Williams team confirmed that their collaboration with Canadian Nicholas Latifi would come to an end after the last round of the year in Abu Dhabi at the end of November. Latifi should be replaced next year by the American Logan Sargeant on the only condition that the latter manages to obtain his Superlicence, essential sesame to be able to drive in Formula 1.
Nicholas Latifi for his part has not yet made a decision regarding his future, and although rumors have suggested for a few weeks that he has signed an Indycar contract, the main interested party did not confirm it this Thursday in Mexico City when asked about his plans for 2023.
“These are just rumours, I haven’t decided anything yet for my future. Of course, I explored the options in Indycar, it’s a series I’m considering, but I haven’t decided anything yet. » Latifi said.
When asked if he wants to continue racing, whether in Endurance, Indycar or elsewhere, Nicholas Latifi replied: “I think if there’s the right opportunity in the right category…but again at this stage, I can’t say exactly what the right category will be, because I haven’t made up my mind yet. »
“It’s definitely on the table, but at the same time there’s no option on the table that I think is the right one for next year. So I didn’t rule out taking a year [sabbatique] to then have something better next. »
There are only three races left with the Williams team for Nicholas Latifi before leaving the grove stable.