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Albon: Russell was almost ‘too supportive' of Williams F1 switch

Alexander Albon says George Russell was almost “too supportive” of him as he chased down a full-time Formula 1 seat at Williams for 2022. Albon will replace Russell at the Grove-based squad for 2022, with the latter switching to Mercedes to partner reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton. Although he will leave his role as a […]
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