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Williams demand Alex Albon ‘be more hard'

Alex Albon was given a second chance in Formula 1 by Williams at the start of 2022, as the team looked to replace the Mercedes bound George Russell with proven quality. The Thai driver was given the chance to step up from Toro Rosso to Red Bull midway through the 2019 season, after the energy drink giants grew tired of Pierre Gasly’s poor performances with the team. Albon kept his seat for 2020 before the team elected to appoint Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen’s 2021 partner, leading to the 26-year-old spending a year off the grid, with it looking difficult for him to find a way back in due to his Red Bull links. The Milton Keynes based team allowed Albon to leave the Red Bull system at...
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