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Red Bull still looking at options for Alex Albon

Article To news overview © Ferrari Alex Albon still remains in Red Bull's considerations for 2022, despite no apparent opening for the British-Thai racer at either of their teams. On Friday, Red Bull confirmed they have re-signed Sergio Perez for next season, having brought in the Mexican driver from outside of their own programme in order to replace the struggling Albon at the senior team. Despite Perez somewhat struggling himself, his experience and occasionally strong results convinced Red Bull to re-sign him alongside Max Verstappen for 2022. This also likely closes the door on Albon returning to AlphaTauri as well, given the likelihood of them continuing with Pierre Gasly and Yuki...
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