Gasly made his Formula One debut in 2017. He replaced Daniil Kvyat for the final races of the season at Toro Rosso. In 2019, he graduated to Red Bull as a replacement for Daniel Ricciardo. But he was significantly slower than Verstappen, and Red Bull decided to call in Alexander Albon instead of Gasly for the second half of the season. Gasly had to go back to Toro Rosso. After his return to this team, which is called Alpha Tauri, from the 2020 season, Gasly achieved the best results of his career. The highlight was a victory in the 2020 Italian Grand Prix.