There are two races left until the 2021 Formula 1 season comes to an end, and the drivers, far from the uncertainty of the beginning of the year,
There are two races left until the 2021 Formula 1 season comes to an end, and the drivers, far from the uncertainty of the beginning of the year, will clearly participate in their future in the highest category of motorsport.
By 2022 the grid is complete (all teams defined their drivers). Valtteri Bottas it will not continue in Mercedes and will come to Alfa Romeo. Mercedes did not take long to announce who had already raced in one of their cars in 2020 when Lewis hamilton had covid: George Russell. The 23-year-old also British raced for Williams from 2019 to 2021, and next year he will make the big leap to the most winning team of the decade.
Engineers, former competitors, or both. They give the orders, decide which strategy to use and which not to use. And in the 2020 season, they keep their final word as the key to GP results.
Williams was precisely another of the teams that saw their seats move during this year. With Russell’s departure and a Nicholas latifi ratified, one position was vacant. And there he will sit Alex albon who, after being a RedBull reserve driver in 2021, will return to F1.
The season, which according to the CEO of Formula 1 Stefano Domenicali It will start in mid-March and end in mid-November, will have 23 races and will feature the first Chinese driver in history.
Guanyu Zhou will arrive at Alfa Romeo with a record that includes the British Super 1 kart championship and the 2013 junior Rotax Max Euro Challenge, runner-up of the Rotax Max Euro Challenge the following year, a pass through the Ferrari Driver Academy, five podiums and a seventh place in Formula 2 in 2019, a sixth place in the overall standings in 2020 and three wins this year (with four races to go by the end of the season). The numbers are there, but will they be enough to compete with Bottas?
These are questions that can begin to be answered once the Bahrain GP begins on March 28, 2022. As those four months pass, in PATTERN We invite you to review which are the pairs that will compete to remove the throne from Verstappen or Hamilton.
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