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F1 to witness generation shift in 2022

Monaco this year marked F1's third youngest podium Formula 1 next season is set to undergo something of a generational shift alongside the introduction of sweeping new rules. With Kimi Raikkonen set to retire at the end of this season, a reshuffle among teams will see all of the front-runners sporting at least one younger driver. At Mercedes, that will be George Russell, while Red Bull has Max Verstappen, McLaren has Lando Norris, Ferrari both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, and Esteban Ocon at Alpine. Even further afield, Williams has signed Alex Albon while Yuki Tsunoda is locked in at AlphaTauri, and Haas has Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin. “It's a natural thing, you know, at...
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