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Albon grateful for chance at Williams: 'I owe them a lot'.

Red Bull Racing is not known for retaining drivers for long periods of time, but Alex Albon is now very grateful that they did. Albon has been rewarded by the team and has therefore secured a seat at Williams in 2022. When he started this year, the Thai driver didn't think he would be able to return to Formula 1. Slowly but surely, opportunities to return to the grid emerged. During the time when the tension was mounting and the under-confidence was increasing, it was especially important for him to keep faith. "It was mainly about keeping your cool. You can't control people's opinions. You do have control over what you do and for me that was being involved with the team as much as...
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