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Albon owes Russell ‘a couple of beers’ for Williams F1 seat

Red Bull reserve driver Albon will make a racing return to F1 next year after signing for Williams, having dropped off the grid at the end of the 2020 season. Albon will partner Nicholas Latifi next year, replacing the Mercedes-bound Russell, who is a close friend of the Anglo-Thai driver.
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What Planet is He From? David Coulthard Blasts Yuki Tsunoda for Recent Statements

When AlphaTauri announced that both their drivers shall be staying surely until the end of the 2022 season, race fans were not surprised a bit to see Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda sign extension. But apparently the latter Japanese driver was shocked himself. Although he hasn’t managed to be as impressive as his French counterpart, yet Tsunoda’s shocked reaction did not go kindly with David Coulthard.
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Alonso: Alpine 'best team' in F1 midfield without fastest car

The French squad overtook both its rivals to move into fifth place in the constructors' championship after a sensational Hungarian GP, won by Alonso's teammate Esteban Ocon. The Spaniard finished in fourth place in the race. Alpine has been able to hold on to fifth since then despite Alonso believing...
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Alonso: Alpine 'best midfield team' despite slower car

Fernando Alonso believes that the Alpine F1 team is the best in today's midfield, despite having a slower car than its rivals. After 14 races in 2021, the team has amassed 95 points in total with a high proportion from Esteban Ocon's win at the Hungarian Grand Prix. It puts them into fifth place in the constructors championship ahead of AlphaTauri, Aston Martin and Williams.
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Coulthard: Tsunoda should 'pack his bag and go home'

Yuki Tsunoda admitted he was surprised AlphaTauri retained him for the 2022 F1 season, given his struggles so far this year. David Coulthard doesn't think those comments should be coming from an F1 driver. AlphaTauri recently confirmed that Yuki Tsunoda will remain with the team for 2022, but former F1...
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Albon explains why Williams was the right choice for F1 return

New Williams signing Alex Albon has explained why he was convinced to join Williams for 2022, rather than chase a seat in IndyCar or Formula E. Alex Albon returns to Formula 1 in 2022, having secured a seat with Williams to replace George Russell, who leaves the Grove team to join Mercedes.
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UK removes Turkey off the pink listing – NEWPAPER24

There may be excellent news for the Turkish GP which is able to happen within the second weekend of October. The UK has altered the journey recommendation to Turkey on Friday and eliminated the nation from the pink listing. Turkish GP accessible for groups. The Secretary of Transport has confirmed...
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A steward asked Cristiano Ronaldo if she had died after being hit by the soccer star's wayward shot - Business Insider South Africa

The woman was reassured by the Portuguese forward that she was still alive and was given his shirt as a way to say sorry. Royal AM owner Shauwn Mkhize has been charged with bringing the Premier Soccer League (PSL) into disrepute for making alleged racist and sexist comments regarding high court judge Roland Sutherland in a video on social media.
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Coulthard: Too many young drivers arrive on a magic carpet ride

David Coulthard has taken a hefty swing at popular rookie Yuki Tsunoda, the Scot suggesting too many young drivers have a magic carpet ride into Formula 1. Tsunoda burst onto the scene with a sparkling performance at the season-opening race in Bahrain, but since then his shares have nosedived as have his performances.
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Alonso: Alpine "best team" in the midfield without fastest car

The French squad overtook both its rivals to move into fifth place in the constructors' championship after a sensational Hungarian GP, won by Alonso's teammate Esteban Ocon. The Spaniard finished in fourth place in the race. Alpine has been able to hold on to fifth since then despite Alonso believing...
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Alonso: Alpine ‘best midfield team’ but not the ‘fastest’

Alpine may not be as quick as the AlphaTauri or even the Aston Martin, but Fernando Alonso says his team can hold onto P5 in the standings. Eight races remain on this year’s calendar, potentially only seven as F1 has yet to announce a venue for round 20, and Alpine are fifth in the Constructors’ Championship.
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'Mercedes had the best car, but Red Bull limited the damage'

In the Power Ranking of Auto, Motor und Sport the German magazine uses data to determine which team is in the best position. After the Italian Grand Prix Mercedes would still have the best car, but Red Bull Racing is getting close. Lead for Mercedes. The result of a race...
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Alonso suggests Alpine are a better team than AlphaTauri and Aston Martin

The two-time Formula 1 World Champion reckons Alpine have a slower car than their midfield rivals but are performing better in other areas. Fernando Alonso believes Alpine are doing a "fantastic job" to compete with AlphaTauri and Aston Martin because they have an inferior car compared to their midfield rivals.
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