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Lando Norris To Win 2024 F1 Title With Red Bull?

Lando Norris will partner Max Verstappen at Red Bull in 2023 and win the Drivers’ Championship the following year, British F1 reporter Will Buxton has suggested in his “just-for-fun” summer prediction. Red Bull signed Sergio Perez as Alex Albon’s replacement coming into 2021, but despite winning in Baku, the Mexican has fallen short of pre-season expectations. READ: ‘Alonso Did Something I Thought Was Impossible To Do’ – Vettel Norris, in contrast, has been consistently exceptional this year, with him extracting all of the performance from his McLaren MCL35M to score three podiums and garner an impressive tally of points. In his “just-for-fun” prediction, published on...
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