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Webber critical of Alpine's choice: "Where is the new Max Verstappen?"

Mark Webber is of the opinion that Alpine, the former Renault F1, did not make the right choice by signing Fernando Alonso for two years. The Australian would have preferred a new talent to come through as happened in the past with Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc at Red Bull and Ferrari. In the podcast On The Marbles podcast Webber talks about bringing Alonso to the French team. The Spaniard was allowed to return to Formula 1 after a few years of absence. "I have enormous respect for Fernando, he is one of the best there has ever been in our sport. He has been there from the start with great determination and has achieved some incredible things. At his peak, there weren't many...
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