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AlphaTauri to announce 2024 driver line-up as Williams ‘shopping around'

It's been reported by Auto Motor und Sport (AMuS) that AlphaTauri could confirm their driver line-up for 2024 this weekend at the Japanese Grand Prix, where at least one driver is set to be announced. According to AMuS, AlphaTauri are going to confirm at Suzuka that Yuki Tsunoda will continue with the team for a fourth season, whilst it's expected that Daniel Ricciardo will continue alongside him. Tsunoda has shown considerable improvement this season and partly led to the dropping of Nyck de Vries after the British Grand Prix, as the Dutch driver couldn't match the Japanese star's performances. The 23-year-old is so far the team's highest points scorer, with three points to his name after...
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