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Russell sees in-season development as key to success in 2022

George Russell says multiple teams will be capable of "doing something special" this year, but in-season development will reward the top contenders. Russell has inherited Valtteri Bottas' plum Mercedes seat for 2022, the Finn departing the Brackley squad for Alfa Romeo Racing. Many have high expectations for the former Williams driver who is expected to challenge for race wins from the outset with the reigning world champions. However, Russell is expecting several outfits to be snapping at Mercedes' heels and mixing it up with his team and Red Bull at the head of the field, starting with the red cars from the House of Maranello. Read also: Hill cautions Russell over...
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