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Albon Eyeing 2022 Return, Has No Hard Feelings Towards Tsunoda

Alex Albon has said he has no “hard feelings” towards Red Bull or Yuki Tsunoda after being dropped by the team at the end of the 2020 season. Sergio Perez was signed as Albon’s replacement at Red Bull, but the Thai driver would have ended up at Scuderia AlphaTauri had Tsunoda not been in the

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Romain Grosjean Looking Forward To ‘Mega’ Mercedes Farewell Test

Romain Grosjean’s Formula One career was cut short after he had a horrifying, fiery crash in Bahrain which prevented him from contesting the final two grand prix of 2020. At the time of the crash, the Haas F1 Team had already announced that the Frenchman would not be driving for them in 2021. READ: Honda

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Scuderia AlphaTauri Unveils 2021 Car, New Driver Line-Up

Scuderia AlphaTauri has today unveiled its 2021 car in a live presentation held in a showroom in Salzburg, Austria and streamed all over the world. In addition to having a notably different livery, AlphaTauri’s new car also has an overhauled nose and front-wing. READ: Brown Expecting ‘Highly Motivated’ Sebastian Vettel At Aston Martin The front-end

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Red Bull-Honda Power Unit Deal Could Be Agreed Within Weeks – Marko

Red Bull are “close” to agreeing a deal with Honda which will see them continue to use the Japanese automaker’s power units even after they exit Formula One at the end of 2021, according to Dr Helmut Marko, a senior team advisor. Speaking earlier this week, Dr Marko said they are expecting the Honda power


How Long Will Sergio Perez Drive For Red Bull?

Amid much anticipation, Red Bull Racing announced on Friday that Sergio Perez will be replacing Alex Albon at the Milton Keynes-based team next season. This came off the back of Albon having a lacklustre season in which, despite having the second-fastest car on the grid, he often ended up battling in the midfield and didn’t


Red Bull-Owned Publication Claims Sergio Perez Will Replace Alex Albon

Red Bull will announce Sergio Perez as Alex Albon’s replacement for the 2021 F1 season today, according to a German-language publication owned by the energy drinks giant. Speedweek, which is owned by Red Bull Media House, has reported that the team has decided to sign Perez and the move will be announced on Friday. READ:


Yuki Tsunoda To Replace Daniil Kvyat At AlphaTauri Next Year

Japanese racing driver Yuki Tsunoda will replace Daniil Kvyat at Scuderia AlphaTauri next season, the Italy-based team announced on Wednesday morning. This comes as over six weeks ago, Formula1News.co.uk revealed that Tsunoda would partner Pierre Gasly at AlphaTauri in 2021 as long as he secures a Super Licence. READ: Lewis Hamilton Looking To Sign New


Sergio Perez Set To Replace Alex Albon At Red Bull – Kravitz

Over the weekend, Red Bull Racing said they will finalise their 2021 driver line-up by Christmas at the very latest, insisting that they have not yet made a decision on the fate of Alex Albon. It has long been speculated that, should Red Bull decide to drop Albon, Sergio Perez or Nico Hulkenberg are favourite


Alex Albon Says He Doesn’t Have A ‘Plan B’ If Red Bull Ditch Him

Earlier this month, a source told Formula1News.co.uk that Red Bull have decided to drop Alex Albon at the end of the season and he won’t even be given a second chance at Scuderia AlphaTauri unless Japanese Formula Two driver Yuki Tsunoda fails to get a Super Licence. However, speaking ahead of the upcoming double-header at