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Albon is good, but Red Bull could have had better

After a solid seven races at Red Bull, Alex Albon has been signed for next season. He's undeniably talented, but had the team not been so stubborn, they could have had better. At the start of the 2018 season, Red Bull had the best driver lineup on the grid. Max Verstappen was the sport's biggest talent, while Daniel Ricciardo was, on his day, as good as anyone. The latter caught them off guard a few months later when he chose to join Renault instead of stay for 2019. It was a blow, but not a disaster. After all, they still had Carlos Sainz on their books. The Spaniard had spent the entirety of the season on loan at Renault and performed well. Despite being outscored by team-mate Nico...
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