Alexander Albon is back on the sidelines after two F1 seasons as a reserve driver for Red Bull Racing. However, the Thais are determined to return to Formula 1, and he is also looking back at the moment he would like to do it again.
Holds Albon next to a bench
Albon was called up at the last minute by Helmut Marko in 2019. The Thais have been part of Red Bull training in the past, but were sent off there for poor performance. When Marko was lacking in his talents and saw Albon driving to third in the F2 Championship, he called Albon again.
Six months later, Albon already had the opportunity to move to Red Bull Racing, but just like Pierre Gasly, the task against Max Verstappen was also very big. Within a year and a half, Albon climbed to one podium, but he was close to victory. In Austria, he threw his glasses into a duel with Lewis Hamilton.
Back to Formula 1
“If I can do a race again, I will try to do a better job in Austria. That was the first race of 2020, and here I interacted with Lewis in Turn 4. We should have won this race. I will then try to give him a little more space and see if he It has succeeded “. Albon says in square mile.
Despite the podium at Mugello and Bahrain, Albon missed Sergio Perez at the end of 2020. “My main goal is to return to Formula 1. That is all I think about at the moment. I work hard and try to do everything to make it happen”, The Thais who have recently played an important role in the simulation work conclude in Monaco.
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