Alex Albon signs new multi-year deal at Williams

Alexander Albon has committed this future to Williams for the 2023 season and beyond after it was announced the 26 year old Thai driver had signed a multi-year deal with the Gove outfit. He had been linked with a move to Aston Martin but that was ruled out on Monday with Fernando Alonso filling the vacant seat.

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Confusion abounds as Oscar Piastri refutes Alpine’s claim he will race for them in 2023

Oscar Piastri has refuted Alpine’s claim that they have signed him for Formula 1 2023 and insists – in a dramatic twist to the sport’s transfer ‘silly season’ – that he will be driving elsewhere instead. Alpine had said that Piastri, who is currently their reserve driver, was being promoted to replace Fernando Alonso.

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Fernando Alonso to join Aston Martin for 2023 season

Aston Martin have announced current Alpine driver and two time World Champion Fernando Alonso will join the team on a multi-year deal in 2023 filling the seat vacated by Sebastian Vettel who announced his intention to retire last week. The move comes as a shock to many and leaves the French team searching for a driver for the 2023 season.

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Verstappen rises from 10th to win Hungarian Grand Prix

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen rose from P10 to win the Hungarian Grand Prix despite a spin ahead of the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. Ferrari’s strategy calls are once again under the spotlight as they failed to finish on the podium despite their seemingly strong pace.

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Russell pips Sainz to take pole ahead of Hungarian Grand Prix

Mercedes’ George Russell secure his first ever pole position in Formula 1 pipping the Ferrari duo of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc to top spot ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix. Red Bull have work to do with Championship leader Max Verstappen P10 and Sergio Perez P11 at the Hungaroring.

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