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Horner: We want Albon to claim his seat

Red Bull will look outside their current pool of contracted drivers if they decide to replace Alexander Albon as Max Verstappen’s team mate for 2021, according to principal Christian Horner. Speaking at the Portuguese Grand Prix, Horner made clear the Thai racer was running out of time to prove he deserved to remain. “We want Alex to claim that seat and basically justify that there is no need to look at any other alternative than Alex,” he said in a pooled interview. “I think everybody in the team wants to see him do that. “He’s had a couple of difficult weekends so he needs to bounce back here, I think, and particularly Imola with a strong weekend from start to finish.” The...
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