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Aston aim for 2022 title, realistically need ‘time'

Otmar Szafnauer says Aston Martin will try their best to challenge at the front in 2022, but knows they need to continue developing their infrastructure to compete. The Silverstone outfit have traditionally been one of the smaller teams on the grid in terms of staffing levels, but Lawrence Stroll's investment has enabled them to expand. Szafnauer acknowledged that while it is unlikely, the team will still aim to put their car at the front of the field when the regulations change next season. “We are working hard on next year and we will do our best to win the world title next year. But if you look historically, it does take time to put the infrastructure in place, the people in place to...
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