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Alex Albon signs a multi-year agreement with Williams

Williams announced today that Alex Albon will be racing for the team in the 2023 Formula 1 season, having signed a multi-year agreement with the Grove-based outfit. Albon joined Williams at the start of the 2022 F1 season, after spending last season on the sidelines after Red Bull showed him the door at the end of the 2020 season making way for Sergio Perez. It seemed that Thai driver has done enough to convince his team he deserves to be within in its ranks as the announcement came today after he contested on 13 races in a Williams F1 car. Williams said in a statement: 'Williams Racing is delighted to announce that Alex Albon will remain part of the driver line-up for the 2023 FIA Formula...
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