Kvyat stayed composed during all of the chaos at the German Grand Prix as he came over the line in third place after he was overtaken by Sebastian Vettel for second in the closing stages. It was Kvyat's first podium since the 2016 Chinese Grand Prix and his third overall but it was his first with Toro Rosso.
Gasly meanwhile failed to finish the race as he crashed into the back of Toro Rosso driver Alex Albon bringing his race to a premature end. After a pressure-relieving race at Silverstone Gasly's future is now back under the spotlight and after Kvyat's podium performance at the Hockenheimring could he replace the Frenchman?
It appears not yet as Helmut Marko has revealed they will make no changes in 2019.
"We have the teams that we have and we will finish the season that way," he said as quoted by Onestopstrategy.com.