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    It was a mixed season of sorts for Red Bull Racing in the 2020 F1 season. While they were comfortably upfront in second place, they just did not have the pace and handling to beat Mercedes to the punch. But updates back in the 2020 Abu Dhabi GP saw the Austrian-licensed outfit put up a strong performance. Building on that, test and reserve Alex Albon believes they have ironed out quite a few issues out in their 2021-spec RB16B car. He said, “RB16B has kind of been my winter project a little bit, doing a lot of stuff with the sim. Of course last year’s car had its difficulties and [my job was] just kind of ironing them out, making sure we can hit the ground running this year.” All the hard work on the new Red Bull car is already paying off, stated Albon “It’s been nice to see...
    Red Bull have had three different drivers that tried out their second seat over the last three years. The drivers have had a hard time adjusting to the car and keeping up with Max Verstappen. Daniel Ricciardo moved to Renault after 2018; then came Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon, who failed to live up to the expectations in 2019 and 2020, respectively. Sergio Perez has now replaced Alex Albon at Red Bull. Given the team’s history with drivers who have tried (and failed) to match up to Max Verstappen, there are significant doubts over how Perez will fare as the Dutchman’s partner. In a recent interview, Checo explains why the Milton Keynes team’s drivers have had such a hard time adapting to the car. “It’s very different, I can already spot the differences. The strong front part of the vehicle etc. You can feel them, these are the first differences...
    Alex Albon announced himself on the grid when he drove from P17 to P5 in his first race at the Belgian Grand Prix in 2019. He replaced Pierre Gasly after the latter struggled to keep the same pace as Max Verstappen in his RB15. But things did not end well for the Thai driver. He impressed the Milton Keynes team enough to claim a one-year contract in 2020. However, Albon had an unspectacular season that year. As a result, he was demoted as replacement driver and Sergio Perez replaced him in the team. The Thai driver explained in a public statement that the turn of events was hurtful. In a recent interview, he vowed that he will come back to Formula 1 again. Formula One F1 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park, Istanbul, Turkey – Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s Alexander Albon in action during the race...
    Alex Albon endured a very lackluster outing for Red Bull in 2020. This was his first full season with the Austrian outfit, and he looked out of his depth. He was replaced by the experienced Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez during the offseason. But, Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, thinks that this is not an indictment on the Thai-licensed driver’s natural talent. He was rewarded with a switch to the team after the 2019 mid-season summer break. The 24-year-old continued to impress with the Austrian team for the rest of 2019 and was given the for the 2020 season. However, his 2020 season didn’t go to plan, and Red Bull chose to take advantage of Perez‘s availability on the driver market to replace Albon. Red Bull still believe in Albon says, Horner In an interview, Horner revealed he still feels that Albon still has a future with Red Bull. He thought...
    Following a tough 2020 F1 season, Alex Albon will be watching the 2021 season unfold from the Red Bull garage. However, considering he is still the team’s reserve driver, rumors claimed that Albon might get occasional on-track runs during practice sessions. But that doesn’t seem to be possible, according to Albon. He revealed that he will be sticking with the engineering crew in 2021. Hence, the chances of Albon getting his hands on the RB16-B are bleak at the moment. Albon’s future in Red Bull According to RaceFans, Albon feels that his 2021 season in F1 will be all about learning on a “more in-depth scale.” “I won’t be in the car as much this year,” he said. “I will be at the track every race so I can at least understand from an engineering side of it, how the team operate on a more in-depth scale.” NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND –...
    The Red Bull young driver program is a bit of an enigma. On one hand, it provides top-level opportunities to its up-and-coming drivers. On the other, it can be a brutal, testing environment for these young drivers. Just ask Alex Albon, their most recent victim. Only the cream survive and establish themselves at Red Bull – take the example of four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel and a similarly capable, Max Verstappen. So, did Alex Albon not have any of the qualities of a Red Bull standard driver? Why did they replace him with Sergio Perez for the upcoming F1 season? Formula One F1 – Russian Grand Prix – Sochi Autodrom, Sochi, Russia – September 27, 2020. Red Bull’s Alexander Albon in action during the race. Pool via REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov Alex Albon was inconsistent The Thai driver could only muster half as many points as his teammate in 2020. Even though...
    Lando Norris has had a brilliant F1 career so far, having secured a podium with a mid-field team, and eventually hitting a jackpot by helping McLaren secure their first top-three constructors’ finish in years. Meanwhile, his close friend, Alex Albon, had a rather awful 2020 season. And what was the result? Well, he’s without a drive for the 2021 season, and it looks like he might never return to F1 as a full-time driver. His short-term career turned out to be an example of how cruel Formula 1 could be at times. And Norris acknowledged that. What did Lando Norris say? According to Motorsport, the McLaren driver felt sorry for Albon, as the latter never found a breakthrough since his F1 entry despite driving for a potential championship-winning team. “What happened to him with the decisions of Red Bull, I’m a bit sorry because I know he’s a very good...
    Alex Albon had a highly disappointing campaign in the 2020 season. He fell short of expectations and lost his Formula 1 seat to Sergio Perez towards the end of the season. However, he is still associated with Red Bull in the capacity of a reserve driver. The British-Thai driver was open about his feelings of being replaced by Perez. He stated he was hurt after hearing the news of replacement. However, he also claimed this is not his last year in Formula 1. Albon is also a part of the second Virtual Grand Prix series that kicked off this Sunday alongside George Russell and Nicholas Latifi. Before the virtual race, the Thai driver was caught joking about losing his Red Bull seat. He was waiting for other racers to join and said, “I’m a little bit sad, I feel like everyone’s busy, obviously I’m less busy.” Albon then burst into...
    After what seemed like an eternity, Red Bull, in December, finally made their decision about who should partner Max Verstappen for the upcoming season. They came to a conclusion that Alex Albon wasn’t worth persisting with as the second driver and instead opted to sign the in-form Sergio Perez. The decision to pick up the Mexican makes total sense. Checo has deserved this drive on his sheer driving merit, having forged a career of hauling mid-field cars to the podium. The experience he would bring to the team is invaluable, and he seems the most likely to step up to the challenge. Fans were more than content to have Perez on board. However, according to Gazzetta dello Sport , Verstappen didn’t share the same joy. Reports point out that the Dutchman wanted Nico Hulkenberg instead. MONTMELO, SPAIN – Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing walks in the Paddock...
    This coming season, Alexander Albon will take up a new role of a reserve driver at Red Bull. The Austrian team announced the Thai driver’s replacement after the season ended. Making their third attempt at solving their second driver problem, Red Bull will take a chance with Sergio Perez in 2021. Pierre Gasly preceded Alexander Albon; he was promoted to Red Bull after Daniel Ricciardo moved to Renault. He was later replaced by Albon mid-season after the former failed to live up to the team’s expectations. Alexander Albon had one season to get an extension on his contract. However, he failed to live up to such high expectations. As a result, Red Bull decided to sign a driver out of their young driver’s academy. Formula One F1 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola, Italy – Red Bull’s Alexander Albon before the race Pool via...
    The driver of the car to partner Max Verstappen at Red Bull was a topic of debate throughout this year. Speculations started when Alex Albon began to falter this season. Many probable candidates, including Albon himself, were in contention for the race seat. The Austrian outfit put an end to all the speculations by announcing Sergio Perez this past week. However, before it narrowed down to Albon vs Perez for the second race seat, a couple of other notable names were also internally discussed – Germans Nico Hulkenberg and Sebastian Vettel. Out of a race seat for this year, Nico was the mid-season favorite before Perez turned the tide with his strong second half of the season. So, by the season’s conclusion, Red Bull gave him short shrift. On a 10-minute phone call, he was told, “Unfortunately it won’t work.” NUERBURG, GERMANY – OCTOBER 11: Red Bull Racing Team Principal...
    Now that Red Bull has made the announcement of replacing Alex Albon with Sergio Perez, Thai driver is left without a drive for 2021. He is accepting a role as the reserve and test driver of the team since there is no vacancy at the sister team AlphaTauri either. One can feel nothing but happiness for Perez since he was given the boot at Racing Point. He could easily have been without a drive for 2021 himself. Whilst it is unbridled for Perez, it is agony for Albon. He has been driving, for the majority of this season, with a noose hanging over his neck. However, Albon’s F1 career is not yet done and dusted; it is far from it. He is just 24 years old with the brand of Red Bull Racing attached to his CV. So, how can he gain an entry back in an F1 car again?...
    There is a positive aura surrounding Red Bull right now. First, they gave their rivals Mercedes a taste of its own medicine with a dominant win at Abu Dhabi GP. And now they will have Sergio Perez to drive alongside Max Verstappen next season. But why did they hire Perez over other candidates? Perez will help target Mercedes’ backbone Long-time Red Bull Advisor Helmut Marko revealed the intricate reasons behind the decision. The Mexican Perez has been driving the whole of the turbo-hybrid era with the class-leading engines of Mercedes behind his car. According to Marko, he carries vital information on their power units. “Sergio brings a lot of knowledge about Mercedes. After he was thrown at Racing Point, he was obviously very attentive to everything Mercedes did. We hope to receive many contributions from him,” said Marko. Formula One F1 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain...
    Red Bull has been handicapped, in one way, since the day Daniel Ricciardo left to join Renault. The team was highly competitive until 2018 when Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo drove for them. Since Daniel’s departure, the Austrian team has had a tough time finding a suitable replacement. Red Bull promoted Pierre Gasly to replace the Australian for the 2019 season, but the French driver failed to live up to the expectations. In an unfortunate move, Gasly was demoted back to Alpha Tauri with nine races left in the season. Alexander Albon was then called in to replace Gasly mid-season. The young Thai driver had nine races to prove himself, and he did well, thus prompting Red Bull to sign him for the next season. However, even Albon could not keep up with Max Verstappen in 2020. Formula One F1 – Eifel Grand Prix – Nurburgring, Nurburg, Germany – Red...
    Alex Albon faces the cruel ploy of fate. The Thai racer had been in his second season with Red Bull. While joining in the summer of 19′, he had hoped that he would have had more time. However, in the fast-paced turns of F1, time is the most scarce element in the sport. The Thai national had his issues with the car at the beginning of 2020. He kept falling back the track regularly and Red Bull kept losing points. Although he improved at the dying stages of the season, Red Bull couldn’t risk that next year. Although the decision to replace him was hard, they had to do it. F1 embarks on a new journey from 2021. With revised FIA rules and new car designs, F1 plans to turn over a new leaf. However, this chapter will not have the provision to make too many mistakes. With pilots grilling...
    Lewis Hamilton won his seventh championship – something that every single Formula 1 driver predicted before the season began. In the process, Hamilton equaled Schumacher’s record of championships won. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton’s performance impressed everyone around the world. He dominated the season, was lauded by everyone on the grid, and also won this year’s ‘driver of the year’ poll, selected by the drivers. Remarkably, drivers rated Romain Grosjean higher than Sainz and Albon. Formula 1 asks the drivers to assess the performance of their rivals and chose the top-10 drivers of the year. This was the third year running, and the Briton won the poll. Formula One F1 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – December 13, 2020 Third placed Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton during the press conference after the race FIA/Handout via REUTERS According to Formula 1, “The rules allow drivers...
    Red Bull took the bold step of venturing outside of their academy and hiring a driver from the external market. The last time that happened was in 2007 when they decided to recruit Mark Webber from Williams. This time, for the 2021 season, the Austrian outfit has gone forward with Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen’s teammate. It undoubtedly brought joy to the team’s fans as many believed that a driver of Perez’s caliber deserved to stay in the sport. Although the move was officially announced on Friday, there is a genuine possibility that the decision happened much before that. So what were a few of these signs that suggest the same? Red Bull might have informed Sergio Perez of their decision much before last Friday F1 journalist Christian Nimmervoll states in his report, “Anyone who has ever been lucky enough to have stayed in the posh W Hotel in Abu...
    Amidst all the fanfare around Sergio Perez‘s signature with Red Bull, the F1 community forgot the plight of Alex Albon. One can’t help but feel sorry for the Thai driver, the latest victim of Red Bull’s brutal axing policy. And now he speaking for the first time since the announcement went public. He is going from driving for arguably the 2nd most competitive team on the grid to without a drive for 2021. Hence, it is leaving him with a lot of pain. Taking to his Instagram account, he thanked his regional supporters for their unwavering support. “I can’t lie guys, it hurts. I gave it everything out there, but it wasn’t quite enough. I want to say a huge thank you to all of you that supported me throughout this year, especially my Thai fans. With all the different opinions out there, I always had you guys to...
    Max Verstappen helped Red Bull end the 2020 season on a high. He drove his strongest race in the season finale and won quite comfortably. Meanwhile, Alexander Albon finished the final race at P4. The season was Albon’s chance to prove himself worthy of a Red Bull seat. Unfortunately, the Thai driver failed to deliver to the expectations of the team and Red Bull made their decision to let Albon go. After waiting for a really long time, Red Bull finally confirmed their second driver for the next season. Sergio Perez will replace Alex Albon next season as the latter takes the role of a test/reserve driver. Formula One F1 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – December 13, 2020 Red Bull’s Max Verstappen celebrates winning the race Pool via REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed Meanwhile, Max Verstappen shared his views on Albon.  He...
    MILTON KEYNES, England (AP) — Mexican driver Sergio Perez will race alongside Max Verstappen at Red Bull next season, the Formula One team said Friday. Perez, who will replace Alexander Albon, became Mexico’s first F1 winner in 50 years with his victory this month at the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain. Red Bull said that historic performance helped make Perez the “favored choice” over Albon, who will remain with the team as a test and reserve driver. Perez has a one-year contract. “Having taken our time to evaluate all the relevant data and performances we have decided that Sergio is the right driver to partner Max for 2021 and look forward to welcoming him to Red Bull Racing,” team principal Christian Horner said. The 30-year-old Perez was facing an uncertain future after Racing Point announced in September that it would replace him with four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel. Perez is...
    Alex Albon had a year filled with mixed emotions and performances. After securing his maiden F1 podium at Mugello, he tried to improve. However, adjusting to the Red Bull car was just not his cup of tea. With questions rising about his seat next season, he had to buckle up. Red Bull has an impressive back up in the face of Checo and Hulkenberg to replace Albon. However, they did not want to be dismissive of the Thai racer as the team knew he had potential. They gave him as many chances as they could and it was upon him to make the most of it. The Middle Eastern triple-header came as a boon to Albon. At the time when the Albon-Checo switch was in its highest possibility, Albon delivered a splendid couple of weekends. His podium at Bahrain and P4 at Abu Dhabi made a solid case for his...
    The 2020 Formula 1 season has been a rollercoaster ride. We lost a few regular tracks because of COVID-19 and saw some new tracks this season. We saw two new race winners and a lot of drivers bid farewell to their teams as they moved to a different team. Meanwhile, Formula 1 had taken some time out and asked the drivers about a few of their predictions for the season. Coming towards the end of the season, the drivers read out their predictions. One common denominator in these predictions was Lewis winning the 2020 Drivers’ Championship. Daniel Ricciardo had the same prediction. However, Ricciardo also had a peculiar prediction that did not really come true. Looking back at his prediction, Daniel Ricciardo said, “This one didn’t happen, but I really thought it would. Vettel goes to Red Bull. Yeah, I thought it was a nice little long shot then. He...
    YAS ISLAND, Abu Dhabi (AP) — Red Bull driver Max Verstappen was fastest ahead of teammate Alexander Albon in the third and final practice session for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ahead of qualifying later on Saturday. Verstappen led Albon by .5 seconds and Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo by .63. Ricciardo is competing in his last race for Renault before joining McLaren next year and has two third-place finishes this season. It was a quiet session for Mercedes, by its high standards, with world champion Lewis Hamilton sixth and Valtteri Bottas down in ninth place on the leaderboard. Verstappen is looking for his first pole position of the season and third of his career. Hamilton has won 11 races this year but missed last Sunday’s Sakhir GP in Bahrain as he recovered from the coronavirus. ___ More AP auto racing: https://apnews.com/apf-AutoRacing and https://twitter.com/AP_Sport Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights...
    Red Bull saw their first double podium of the season as Max Verstappen and Alex Abon finished P2 and P3, respectively. Lewis Hamilton successfully kept Verstappen at bay. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez’s retirement with four laps to go bumped Alex Albon to a podium finish. Alex Albon is driving for his Formula 1 seat next year, as Helmut Marko has clarified that only his results can earn his Formula 1 contract next season. Albon has managed only two podiums this season till now. Albon started the race after the red flag at P5 and soon moved up to P4. According to reports, he spent most of his time at P4 and kept falling behind Verstappen lap after lap. Meanwhile, Verstappen stated that his teammate’s race at Bahrain not impressed him. He said, “I don’t think that if you are 30 or 40 seconds behind your team-mate, that’s very good. “I can...
    The Bahrain GP race weekend has not gotten off to the right start for Red Bull driver, Alex Albon. Having performed decently in FP1, he was expected to get within half a second of teammate Max Verstappen in FP2. In an unfortunate sequence of events, Albon lost the handling on his car around Turn 15. He went hurtling into the barriers, which caused quite a lot of damage to his machinery. Albon later said that the surprise element of low grip caught him off-guard coming out onto the main straight. Trying to rescue his spin, he instead slammed into the wall, which will have Red Bull mechanics working on it to get it fixed at the earliest. Red Bull boss Horner has said that the engine looks ‘OK’ Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner stated, “It’s frustrating. Thankfully, Alex is OK, that’s the main thing. “Obviously, there’s a lot of...
    SAKHIR, Bahrain (AP) — Max Verstappen beat Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton’s leading time to go fastest in the final practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix ahead of qualifying later Saturday. The Red Bull driver was .26 ahead of Hamilton and .37 ahead of Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas. Hamilton was quickest in both practice runs on Friday and looked set to make it a hat trick when he overtook Bottas and Verstappen with about 10 minutes left in the hour-long session. But Verstappen came back out and returned to the top of the leaderboard. Hamilton recently secured a record-equaling seventh F1 title and is bidding for a record-extending 98th career pole position. But he could face competition from Verstappen, who is bidding for only his third pole. Alexander Albon’s Red Bull was fitted with a new chassis after he crashed heavily following a mistake in the second practice. Albon...
    A shot. A wait. Another shot: Two-dose coronavirus vaccine regimens will make it harder to inoculate America 10 Things on Amazon That Are Cheaper Than Ever Before Thanks to Black Friday Albon accepts blame for big crash in practice Alex Albon accepted the blame on Friday after his heavy and expensive crash during practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix threatened to derail his future with Red Bull. © HAMAD I MOHAMMED Albon in practice before his big crash The London-born Thai driver, who has struggled this year to match the pace of Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen, said he knew he should have backed off when he ran wide at the final corner before careering off into the barriers. "It was just one of those things,” he said as he tried to make light of his crash, which wrecked most of his car. "I should have pulled out of...
    Even though Mercedes have practically sealed both titles and rendered the season meaningless in terms of accolades, there is still a lot to play for. For Red Bull driver Alex Albon, these next few weeks definitely will be like a make or break period for him. It seems that the team has given him some more time to prove his mettle and show he is the man for the job in 2021. For that to happen, Albon has to have three good races in the rest of the 2020 season. With Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg being touted as serious options, the race for the second Red Bull seat is most certainly on. But all that Albon is concentrating on, is building momentum he generated over the Turkish GP race weekend. My Plan A is staying at Red Bull Racing, says Alex Albon Albon is quoted as saying, “It was...
    Sergio Perez yet again proved his worth as a driver over the race weekend in Turkey. The Mexican qualified in a career-best P3 and managed to bring his car home in P2, his best-ever race finish since the 2012 Italian Grand Prix. Martin Brundle felt that Perez is definitely “on Red Bull’s radar” following his incredible “racecraft” in Turkey. Speaking to SkySportF1, Brundle expressed his view on Perez’s successful 2020 season despite missing out on two races over his COVID-19 misery. “Surely he’s firmly on Red Bull’s radar if they decide to change Alex Albon. Perez could undoubtedly have had podiums in Austria, Portimao, and Imola too, but for some bad luck,” he said. “And he missed two races with COVID.” Formula One F1 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park, Istanbul, Turkey – Racing Point’s Sergio Perez celebrates on the podium with a trophy after finishing the race in...
    24-year-old Alex Albon considers his current form of racing not so “terrible”. He believes he can still overcome the situation. Following the results of qualifying and Sunday races, his low position remained stagnant. The racer is struggling hard to keep up a good rank, and his recent form is not helping matters. He clinched his first podium at the Circuit of Mugello. Subsequently, the racer has not only witnessed no other chequered flags but also barely scored a point in the last four races. However, Red Bull continues to give the Thai racer another chance to prove himself. The young racer has tremendous pressure on his shoulders. Racing for the dominant Red Bull team, Albon grips the steering wheel for the second-fastest car in the F1 realm. However, he is lagging in his performance. Despite that, the Red Bull team has granted him time till the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix....
    One team that is yet to confirm their drivers’ lineup for the 2021 season is Red Bull Racing. Both Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg are linked to the seat; however, no concrete decision has been taken yet. This is possibly keeping in mind the provision of enough chances to Alex Albon, who has come under immense scrutiny in recent times. Like they have said from the start, the team wants Albon to stake a serious claim to the seat heading into the 2021 season. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has indirectly indicated, to both Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg, that a quick decision is not forthcoming. Considering there are not a lot of options in F1 now, it is technically Red Bull or bust for the two experienced drivers. Red Bull willing to give Alex Albon until the end of the season to prove himself Perhaps it is this...
    Virus updates: Record 153K new cases Thursday SpaceX-NASA launch: What to know ahead of Saturdays Crew Dragon astronaut mission Verstappen heads Albon in damp opening Turkey practice Max Verstappen led the times ahead of team-mate Alex Albon as Red Bull slithered to top the times in Friday morning’s cold and damp opening practice for the Turkish Grand Prix. © MURAD SEZER Max Verstappen handled the challenging conditions best on a circuit not used for Formula One since 2011 The Dutchman produced a best lap in 1min 35.077sec to outpace the London-born Thai driver by 0.241sec in difficult conditions that saw nearly all of the drivers spinning and grumbling. Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton ran for only the final 30 minutes and contented himself with 15th place. He is bidding this weekend to seal his seventh drivers’ world championship, equalling Michael Schumacher. The Istanbul Park circuit has not hosted Formula...
    A long-standing debate at Red Bull has boiled down to a simple question. Is there a problem with the second driver, or the second car at the team? Ever since Daniel Ricciardo left, Red Bull have been in pursuit of a capable replacement who can guide the team to point finishes and podiums. So far, it has just been Max Verstappen fighting the Mercedes cars on his own. Now, Red Bull fans have called on the team to make a change to their drivers’ lineup ahead of the 2021 season. However, team principal Christian Horner believes that even a new driver would face difficulties adjusting to their car. Red Bull think the RB16 has ‘more complexities’ compared to the RB15 Speaking in a brief interview, Horner is quoted as saying, “Of course there is. I think that a fast car is sometimes a difficult car and of course, the way...
    The future of Red Bull driver Alex Albon is facing uncertain times at the moment. Despite the intensity of the speculation, the team have given no indication of their 2021 lineup. But it cannot be for very long, as there are just about four races to go this season. And time is running out for Albon, who is under immense pressure for not having gotten the desired results thus far. F1 expert Ralf Schumacher feels that the new driver needs come in now in place of Albon. At least that way, the new driver would get acclimatized to the surroundings at Red Bull in the final few races. Schumacher does not know why Albon is still driving for Red Bull Schumacher is quoted as saying, “I don’t know why he’s still driving. If you’re already thinking about next year, then you could also think about letting the substitute candidate start...
    In recent times, Red Bull have been quite harsh on their #2 drivers, especially Pierre Gasly. But with Alex Albon, the team have been more supportive and spent a considerable amount of time figuring out ways to get him up to speed. Former World Champion, Jenson Button, too, felt the same and added that Red Bull might have realized that they had been very tough on their young drivers over the years. While in conversation on the Collecting Cars podcast, Button spoke about Red Bull’s change of treatment with their drivers. “I actually think that they’ve turned a corner with treating their young drivers,” he said. “I think over the years, they have been tough with Gasly.” Formula One F1 – Eifel Grand Prix – Nurburgring, Nurburg, Germany – Red Bull’s Alexander Albon and AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly in action during the race Pool via REUTERS/Ina Fassbender Gasly was promoted to...
    Max Verstappen has been the sole challenger of the Silver Arrows all season. Red Bull have had problems with their second driver ever since Daniel Ricciardo made his surprise move to Renault at the end of the 2018 season. Alex Albon has not lived up to the expectations this season. Christian Horner stated in the past that they are committed to Albon, whereas Helmut Marko made it clear that Albon’s seat is subject to his performance in 2020. Hence, Alex Albon, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez are the three drivers in contention for Red Bull’s 2020 seat. It is pertinent for Red Bull to find a driver that can absorb the pressure of driving alongside Max Verstappen and adapt to the Red Bull car. Read More – Nico Hulkenberg Has “a Strong Mentality” to Deal With Verstappen at Red Bull: Ecclestone Jos Verstappen, Max’s father, was reported stating that the...
    Alex Albon suffered yet another disappointing outing at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, as his miserable 2020 season seems to be a never-ending story. Considering his recent performances, Jacques Villeneuve did not hold back from criticizing the Red Bull driver. The former world champion expressed his opinion on how Albon has fared over this season. “Albon is the worst second driver Red Bull has ever had. He does not deserve his place in the team,” he said. One might wonder why Red Bull are backing their current number 2 driver. Well, there could be a possible reason behind that. Chaleo Yoovidhya, a Thai businessman, is the co-creator of the Red Bull energy drink. Hence, his Thai origin might be one of the primary reason as to why Red Bull are reluctant to show Albon the door. Formula One F1 – Eifel Grand Prix – Nurburgring, Nurburg, Germany – Red Bull’s...
    When Alex Albon arrived at Red Bull midway through the 2019 season, there was a ray of hope from the young driver. He had started well enough to prove that he belonged at the team and claimed the seat for 2020. But fast forward a year on from the promotion, and it has not fully worked out for the Thai driver. It has now gotten to the point that Red Bull are now thinking of replacing him with a more experienced option. Former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer thinks that the promotion move was a bit “rash” from Red Bull’s end. And that the management should have thought it through, considering pairing anybody with the high-flying Max Verstappen, was always going to be tough. Red Bull are running out of patience with Albon’s performances Writing in his column, Palmer stated, “It felt a bit of a rash move from Red Bull...
    Things took a turn for the worse for Red Bull at Sunday’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. After star driver Max Verstappen suffered a tire blowout leading in P2, the onus was on Alex Albon to bring home some points. However, he failed to perform yet again. Replays showed that having conceded to Perez in the overtake move, Albon hit the throttle too hard, and had a lock-up in a crucial area of the track. In doing so, he slipped all the way down to P15. F1 pundit Paul di Resta believes that although he has time until the end of the season, his efforts would come a bit too late for Red Bull’s liking. According to him, this writing may already be on the wall for Albon. No way back for Alex Albon, says di Resta Until a month back or so, Albon looked to be a certainty in the...
    Voting 2020 updates: Judge orders USPS to do better, 6-hour wait for voters in South Carolina, as early votes surge toward 2016 total 6 ways small businesses can boost holiday sales in 2020 amid the pandemic Albon complains about track limits after crossing the line in qualifying A frustrated Alex Albon advised officials to "just put some gravel down" to define track limits after having eight laps deleted at Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix practice and qualifying on Saturday. © MIGUEL MEDINA On the edge: Alex Albon was repeatedly ruled to have left the track on Saturday In a topsy-turvy qualifying session, the under-pressure London-born Thai driver grabbed sixth place on the grid with a last-gasp lap on soft tyres after his first run on mediums was disallowed. "Honestly, I don't know why we're changing different corners and different track limits," said Albon, when asked about his problems. "Just put gravel...
    After showing immense potential, Alex Albon has fallen short of all expectations so far in 2020. It is believed that he will be replaced if he does not show any improvement in the remaining races. It is reported that former F1 boss, Bernie Ecclestone, thinks that Nico Hulkenberg would be a good fit for Red Bull. The report stated, “The former F1 president thinks Nico’s style fits very well with the brand’s philosophy.”  Currently, only Max Verstappen has been confirmed as a driver for Red Bull in 2021 and Alex Albon’s seat is still a mystery. READ MORE- Nico Hulkenberg Gives an Update on Where He Stands With Different F1 Teams for ’21 Nico Hulkenberg a good fit for Red Bull: Bernie Ecclestone According to the reports, the former Formula 1 boss was very impressed by Hulkenberg. He was full of praises for the German driver. Moreover, he encouraged Red...
    Max Verstappen is no doubt a world-class driver. After Daniel Ricciardo left Red Bull, no one has been able to match up to the Dutch driver’s impeccable performance behind the wheel. Compared to Max Verstappen, Alex Albon’s performance in the 2020 season has not been up to Red Bull’s expectations. Helmut Marko explained last week that if Albon continues to develop as a driver and improve his performance, he will be their driver for 2021. Max Verstappen was reported stating that due to the big margin of difference between Red Bull and Mercedes, it does not matter who his teammate will be. Speaking about a new teammate, he clarified, “I can fine-tune the car for myself, but especially at the moment, we’re not good enough to compete in the championship, so it doesn’t really matter.” He further added, “If you are close to Mercedes where you can do some things...
    Red Bull have made a good start to the F1 weekend in Germany. Max Verstappen and Alex Albon will be starting the race in P3 and P5, respectively. While no one expects anything less from the Dutchman, Albon’s performance was a pleasant surprise for the Milton Keynes-based outfit. However, his statements following the qualifying session didn’t please former World Champion Nico Rosberg. When asked what position would he like to finish on race day, Albon said, “I would be happy with first (laughs). But yeah, I would say… fourth would be nice. We’ll see.” Rosberg, sitting in the Sky paddock, didn’t take to that response too kindly. The German opines that it is simply unacceptable for someone racing for a top team like Red Bull to have such low expectations. He believes Albon needs to be aiming for a lot higher than just 4th place. He said, “I didn’t quite...
    Proven to be quite the thorn in Mercedes’ side, Max Verstappen has been the lone challenger for the better part of this season. The Red Bull point man has driven immaculately in 2020, earning the team a race win and 6 podium finishes so far. Had he not faced technical failures and power unit issues, he might have performed better. But more often than not, he features alongside Bottas and Lewis Hamilton to lock out the Top-3. On the other hand, Alex Albon has been decent with his performances. Expected to finish in the Top-5 positions at the very least, he has not particularly impressed. Bar the podium finish at Mugello, Albon has not had anything great to write home about. Not yet, at least. Max Verstappen focused on being the best at Red Bull Whatever the level of performances from the two drivers may be, the one thing there...
    Alex Albon had a tough time at Red Bull during his initial days. However, the driver has worked hard and recovered for the better. His win at Mugello is a testament to his dedication. Unlike Gasly, Albon has successfully recovered from the problems he faced with his car. Red Bull chief clears the air over Albon’s contract The Mugello podium has instilled a new zeal in the Anglo-Thai racer, and rightly so. He seems inspired enough to carry on with Red Bull for 2021. There has been a fleeting rumor of Gasly being called back in the team after his win at Monza. However, the nature of that news seems like nothing more than a rumor. Not to take anything away from the challenge that the young Frenchman mounted at Monza, the team knows that Gasly’s win was a mere coincidence in a line of bizarre incidents. Horner further clarified...
    Ginsburg lies in state in US Capitol, first woman so honored One Of Americas Largest Bakery Chains Could Be Headed for Bankruptcy Red Bull aim to keep Albon, Verstappen and Newey together (Reuters) - Red Bull are planning to keep an unchanged driver lineup of Alexander Albon and Max Verstappen next year, the Formula One team's boss Christian Horner said on Friday. © Reuters/HANDOUT Tuscan Grand Prix Both are under multi-year contracts but there has been speculation about whether Red Bull will keep Albon alongside the Dutchman or move the Thai back to sister team AlphaTauri in a switch with Frenchman Pierre Gasly. Experienced drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg are also looking for seats. "Our intention is to retain Alex, he’s doing a good job, he just needs to build on the kind of performances he put in in Mugello and obviously continue that development," Horner told reporters...
    2019 saw Pierre Gasly pilot the RB15 alongside Max Verstappen. However, the Frenchman failed to go over 12 races as the Dutchman’s partner as he was struggling too much with the enhanced Red Bull car. Eventually, Gasly was forced to vacate his seat in the cockpit of the Red Bull to Alex Albon in 2020. However, the Anglo-Thai driver didn’t fare any better as he took a considerable amount of time to settle into his car. Verstappen is the only driver who could wield the new Red Bull car to his benefit. This is the prime factor behind Red Bull’s undying faith in the 22-year-old. However, it seems like Albon has successfully grown into the RB16, his maiden podium at Mugello is a testament to the same. READ MORE- “And Then I Went to Bed” : Alex Albon’s Sad Post Podium Celebration After the Tuscan Grand Prix Red Bull Chief...
    Daniel Ricciardo will be gutted to miss the podium at the Tuscan Grand Prix. The Grand Prix was marked with a couple of safety car deployments and the retirement of 8 racers. Ricciardo was doing pretty good up the list. However, Alexander Albon dismantled him and walked away with the podium finish with the two Mercedes. Daniel Ricciardo and Renault Team Principal Cyril Abitebaul have a bet between them. Ricciardo who’s driving for Renault for the final session is hungry for a podium finish. If he manages to get hold of one, he and Cyril will be getting matching tattoos. The duo came really close to keeping their promise. But the final results saw them missing out by a whisker. Ricciardo was asked whether he was thinking about the design while racing or not. The Australian however, pointed out where his main focus lies. “To be honest I wasn’t thinking...
    The race at Mugello had everything. Adrenaline, crashes, overtakes, and of course, the eventual podium finishers. On a bright Sunday afternoon, two red flags could not stop Alex Albon from achieving his first podium. And a constant rival from his early racing days, Charles Leclerc, made it a point to congratulate the Thai driver. Formula One F1 – Tuscan Grand Prix – Mugello, Scarperia e San Piero, Italy – Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc during the red flag Pool via REUTERS/Claudio Giovannini The race engineer started listing the names as per classification order. Leclerc was then heard saying from the team radio, “Very good. Happy for Alex though, first podium”. Before quickly switching to more important affairs stating, “On our side, we need to work guys.” Despite Leclerc’s best efforts, he ended up in P8. Safe to say, it was not exactly a dream scenario for him on the day Ferrari were...
    Formula One : Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) was the fastest this Friday at noon during the first free practice session of the Italian Grand Prix, on the Monza circuit. The Finn edged his teammate Lewis Hamilton by 25 hundredths. Alexander Albon (Red Bull) signs the third time. The Mercedes are already queens on Ferrari land. Unsurprisingly, the first free practice session of the Italian Grand Prix, this Friday at noon in Monza, gave rise to the new domination of the Silver Arrows. Valtteri Bottas completed his best lap faster (in 1’20 ”703) than Lewis Hamilton (1’21” 500). However, the gap between the two best drivers in the paddock is minimal (a little less than 25 hundredths) while the third of these FP1s, Alexander Albon (Red Bull), is already almost eight tenths behind these Mercedes. Mercedes who had chained the victories at Monza since the...
    Formula One : Alexander Albon’s ears have been ringing regularly in recent weeks. Largely dominated by Max Verstappen, the Anglo-Thai pilot is in the trap. With Gasly sparkling with Alpha Tauri and now Hamilton pointing fingers at his performance. The choice of Red Bull drivers seems to interest a lot of people. Including competition. It must be said that Max Verstappen seems to be alone at the forefront to fight against the Mercedes. Placed alongside the Dutchman a year ago in place of Pierre Gasly, Alexander Albon first shone before coming into line this season. A little too much even since with 48 points on the clock, he is very far from the score compared to Verstappen (110). He is even regularly beaten in qualifying by a regularly brilliant Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) and elected driver of the day last Sunday in Belgium… For...
    March on Washington, Jacob Blake shooting: 5 things to know Friday This Beloved Restaurant Chain Is Quietly Closing Some Locations Bottas edges Hamilton as Mercedes top opening Belgian practice Valtteri Bottas outpaced team-mate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton by less than a tenth of a second as Mercedes topped Friday's opening free practice for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. © Francisco Seco Birthday boost: Valtteri Bottas was fastest in the first session at Spa-Francorchamps, ahead of the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix. On his 31st birthday, the Finn maintained his habit of being quickest in the first session for a third straight event, with a best lap in one minute and 44.493 seconds to pip the six-time champion by 0.069sec.   Max Verstappen, just 0.081 off the pace, was third for Red Bull ahead of the Racing Points of Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll with Alex Albon sixth in...
    Formula One : A snub… Pierre Gasly has never seemed so strong as this season. Enough for the idea of ​​a return to Red Bull to replace Alexander Albon resurfaced. A new game of musical chairs. Or Pierre Gasly who would regain the place offered to Alexander Albon a year ago… It has not yet been done even if the Habs shine particularly when the Anglo-Thai disappoint. But hold the comparison over time with Max Verstappen can be complex. And if Albon was, at first, able to seize his chance, just like Gasly who had notably finished on the podium in Brazil with a Toro Rosso, this season it is much harder for the holder of the second Red Bull. “I don’t think about the prospect of returning to Red Bull because I don’t want to spend the time on it. I want to be competitive with Alpha...
    Sebastian Vettel displayed prowess when it comes to tire management as he finished the race in P7, running on soft tires that were 37 laps old! Vettel pulled off a risky strategy to pit only once. It was his best chance of achieving a points finish this race. The 4-times World Champion’s tire management left both fans and rivals stunned. In fact, Red Bull’s Alex Albon couldn’t even fathom the possibility. Albon learned about Vettel’s achievement on his team radio. His race engineer informed him about the top 10 finishers and also stressed on Vettel finishing the race on 37 lap old softs. Albon was left shocked when he learned about it. He reacted by saying, “There’s no way! Our tires are gone after seven laps.” Albon, like Vettel, was also given a one-stop strategy. However, unlike the German, Albon’s strategy didn’t pay off. How did Alex Albon fare...
    Needless to say that the Formula 1 British Grand Prix was a roller coaster of iconic moments. The whole world witnessed the endless drama from the beginning to the end of the race. However, many fans turned a blind eye to some entities losing their cool on the board in the middle of the chaos. One such moment cropped up in the very first lap of the race when Haas Driver Kevin Magnussen was hit by Alex Albon into the barriers, effectively bringing the Danish driver’s race to an end. The FIA looked into the matter and handed the Redbull driver a 5-second penalty. However, that did not sit right with the Haas Boss, Guenther Steiner. The Team Principal to the Kannapolis-based F1 team nuked the board with wild allegations of errors plaguing the penalty system. The incident has cost Haas a lot because their car suffered a significant amount...
    Can Lewis Hamilton be stopped? That might be the easiest question to answer after Sunday’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone after Hamilton took home another first-place finish in the British GP. Hamilton earned his seventh career win at Silverstone, extending his own record, and he did so with with a popped tire in the final lap of the race. Luckily for Hamilton, he was 30 seconds up on second-place Max Verstappen. Interestingly, Hamilton wasn’t the only Mercedes driver with tire issues, with teammate Valtteri Bottas having a blowout in the closing laps of the race, allowing Verstappen to overtake him. It also opened the door for Charles Leclerc to take a podium spot after holding firm in fourth all race. Hamilton has now won the last three races in dominating fashion, with victories at the Styrian and Hungarian GPs in July. Silverstone proved more of the same. Hamilton has dominated the circuit while behind the...
    A Dunkin Donuts employee was arrested after a police officer found spit in his coffee Ground beef recall 2020: JBS Food Canada recalls more than 38,000 pounds of meat Heart stopping Hamilton wins seventh British Grand Prix on three wheels World championship leader Lewis Hamilton survived a tense last lap drama with a deflated and shredded tyre to clinch a record seventh victory in Sunday's British Grand Prix, claiming "my heart almost stopped". © ANDREW BOYERS Three wheeling: Lewis Hamilton wins despite the puncture The six-time world champion led from lights to flag, and through two Safety Car interventions, before he suffered a front left tyre failure on his final lap, leaving him to nurse his Mercedes home with second-placed Max Verstappen in hot pursuit in his Red Bull.  © Bryn Lennon Lewis Hamilton makes a clenched fist protest on the podium He finished 5.9 seconds behind. The Dutchman...
    31 TV couples who became real couples If the Senate doesnt bail out the childcare industry, economists see women leaving the workforce en masse Magnussens first lap crash brings out Silverstone safety car The British Grand Prix was forced to run behind a safety car on Sunday after an opening lap crash. © Bryn Lennon The British Grand Prix ran behind the safety car while Kevin Magnussen's crashed Haas was towed away Kevin Magnussen of Haas collided with Alex Albon's Red Bull at the final corner, the Danish driver spinning off into the gravel after trying to squeeze past the Thai driver.  The front left wheel of his Haas car was smashed off after the impact as he attempted to cut across Albon at the apex of the corner leading on to the start-finish straight. The safety car stayed out for five laps before the race resumed with pole sitting six-time...
    Florida couple busted for breaking COVID-19 quarantine insists they were just walking the dog Earnings: Housing is on fire, but apparel and restaurants are struggling Stroll fastest as Hulk returns and Albon crashes By Alan Baldwin © Reuters/POOL British Grand Prix SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Canadian Lance Stroll led the way for Mercedes-lookalikes Racing Point in British Grand Prix practice on Friday while Red Bull's Alex Albon crashed and brought out red flags. © Reuters/POOL British Grand Prix German Nico Hulkenberg meanwhile signed on as Stroll's stand-in team mate after a busy 24 hours triggered by Mexican Sergio Perez becoming the first Formula One driver to test positive for COVID-19. Stroll, whose billionaire father owns the team, lapped the former World War Two airfield with a best time of one minute 27.274 seconds -- marginally quicker than Max Verstappen's best effort of the morning for Red Bull. © Reuters/ANDREW...
    Beyoncés 3 Children Make Scene-Stealing Cameos in Black Is King Wine.com Seeks Funding at Valuation of More Than $1 Billion Stroll lifts Racing Point after Perez virus blow as Hamilton has difficult day Championship leader Lewis Hamilton said opening practice at the British Grand Prix on Friday had been "quite difficult, but not disastrous" before welcoming Lance Stroll's success in topping the times for Racing Point. © Bryn LENNON Life in the fast lane: Racing Point's Lance Stroll set the fastest time in practice on Friday The six-time world champion and his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who have won all three season-opening races this year, had to settle for fifth and third respectively as Stroll set the pace in his controversial 'pink Mercedes' ahead of Alex Albon's Red Bull. Stroll's performance was a welcome boost to a Racing Point team reeling from seeing fellow driver Sergio Perez sidelined from the...
    Live updates - Fauci says China is not a ‘threat’ to COVID-19 vaccine development 10,000 Employees of This Food Giant Have Contracted COVID-19 Practice makes perfect as Stroll lifts Racing Point mood after Perez virus blow Lance Stroll topped the times for Racing Point in Friday afternoon's second free practice for the British Grand Prix, the Canadian showing the full potential of his team's controversial 'pink Mercedes' as he outpaced Red Bull's Alex Albon by less than a tenth of a second. © Bryn LENNON Life in the fast lane: Racing Point's Lance Stroll set the fastest time in practice on Friday The Canadian's performance helped lift the mood at Racing Point whose other driver Sergio Perez will miss the race after testing positive for coronavirus. The Mexican's replacement, Nico Hulkenberg was seventh fastest after being called-up overnight. On a very hot day in central England, the air temperature was...
    Fauci holds up New York as model for fighting coronavirus Quesaritos to McRibs: A history of canceled fast food items Russell starts row by accusing Red Bull of making Albon look like an idiot Williams driver George Russell was quickly rebuked by Max Verstappen on Saturday after criticising the way Red Bull were treating Alex Albon. © Darko Bandic George Russell had a good qualifying for Williams but stirred up controversy when he criticised the way Red Bull were treating Alex Albon The 22-year-old British driver said he felt that Red Bull had made Albon, a 24-year-old London-born Thai driver "look like an idiot" at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Verstappen hit back saying Russell knew nothing about Red Bull. "First of all, George doesn't know anything about the team so I think it's better if he focuses on his car and his performance instead of speaking for someone else,"...
    By JEROME PUGMIRE, AP Auto Racing Writer SPIELBERG, Austria (AP) — Ferrari is under pressure after just one race of the Formula One season and scrambling to push through aerodynamic improvements in time for Sunday's Styrian Grand Prix. Instead of closing the gap to front-runner Mercedes this season, Ferrari's SF1000 car looks slower than last year and is also in danger of slipping behind other teams. “The SF1000 didn’t measure up, even compared to expectations,” was Ferrari's blunt assessment. Ferrari failed in qualifying at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix, with Charles Leclerc only seventh — having taken the most pole positions in 2019 — and Sebastian Vettel a dismal 11th. Leclerc's second-place finish in that race was more about his composure amid crashes than the car's speed. Vettel, who finished 10th, was so irked about lack of balance he called the car undriveable. It means that Ferrari team principal Mattia...
    Pentagon leaders face grilling on use of military in unrest Guess what? Ordering online groceries wont take a week anymore Pressure is mounting on Ferrari after one race of F1 season SPIELBERG, Austria (AP) — Ferrari is under pressure after just one race of the Formula One season and scrambling to push through aerodynamic improvements in time for Sunday's Styrian Grand Prix. © Provided by Associated Press Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany steers his car followed by Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi of Italy during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring racetrack in Spielberg, Austria, Sunday, July 5, 2020. (Joe Klamar/Pool via AP) © Provided by Associated Press Mclaren driver Lando Norris of Britain steers his car followed by Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc of Monaco during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring racetrack in Spielberg, Austria, Sunday, July...
    Netflix Donates $625K to Sam Mendes New Fund to Help U.K. Theater Workers U.S. stock futures rise as coronavirus cases continue to surge Horner says Hamilton should consider changing his track approach Red Bull team chief Christian Horner on Monday called on Lewis Hamilton to consider changing his approach to racing after knocking Alex Albon out of contention in Sunday’s action-packed Austrian Grand Prix.  © Mark Thompson Lewis Hamilton finished in fourth place ahead of Alex Albon in 13th at the Austrian Grand Prix In the aftermath of a tumultuous 2020 season-opener held behind closed doors on their home Red Bull Ring track, Horner pointed at the defending champion's habit of tangling with his London-born Thai driver and suggested he needed to reflect on his racing style. It was the second collision between Mercedes' six-time world champion and Albon in three races and resulted in a five-second time penalty...
    U.K. Allows Film, TV Productions to Be Exempt From Quarantine Rules Here are five charts tracking the U.S. economy amid the coronavirus pandemic Careful what I say: Albon in new Hamilton clash and misses Austria podium Alex Albon was left close to tears on Sunday when his hopes of seizing a podium finish at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix were dashed by another clash with defending world champion Lewis Hamilton. © JOE KLAMAR Closing in: Alex Albon drives just behind the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton The London-born Thai driver, who came off worst when he collided with the six-time champion in last year's Brazilian Grand Prix, suffered again as he steered his Red Bull narrowly ahead of the Mercedes around Turn Four with 10 laps remaining.  23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 LEARN MORE Ad Gadgets Post Running on fresh soft rubber, Albon was on a...
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