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Breaking: Williams hail ‘tremendous' Alex Albon as he signs multi-year extension

Williams Racing have today announced that Alex Albon has inked a multi-year contract extension for the 2023 Formula 1 season and beyond. The Thai-Brit joined Williams in 2022 after spending a year on the sidelines following Red Bull Racing axing him and signing Sergio Perez as his replacement. Albon has consistently outperformed team-mate Nicholas Latifi so far this year; the Canadian's future at the team is unconfirmed, but it has been widely speculated that he will be dropped at the end of the year. Announcing Albon's new contract on Wednesday, Jost Capito, CEO and team principal of the Grove-based team, hailed the 26-year-old, describing him as a 'tremendous' driver. “Alex is a...
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