Sep.1 - Alex Albon is now emerging from his close partnership with Red Bull, having been loaned to the British team Williams from the 2022 season.

While the driver 'silly season' is shifting into a higher gear ahead of 2023, the British-born Thai driver seems to be firmly in Williams' plans for next season.

At the same time, 26-year-old Albon - who has impressed this year - and Red Bull appear to be moving apart.

Albon reveals his Red Bull partnership ended now

Alexander Albon (THA) Williams Racing FW44

"That's pretty much it now," he said ahead of the Dutch F1 GP. "I'm a total Williams driver.

"I had a link with Red Bull through this year – I still have a great relationship with Red Bull. Like Williams, they gave me a chance in Formula 1 and I really enjoy the people there, they've always been really supportive to me.

"But now it's more of a focus with Williams."

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6 F1 Fan comments on “Albon reveals his Red Bull partnership ended now

  1. Jere Jyrälä

    The partnership (effectively) ended in two parts:
    First, contractually, when he joined Williams officially on January 1 & the remaining aspects separately, except maybe for RB's Thai division Krating Daeng being his personal sponsor.

    • Jere Jyrälä

      No, the opposite is blatantly obvious from what was openly said by relevant people (such as Capito, who wouldn't lie publically) last September.
      Yet people still keep insisting on something that's false & contradicts open factual info.


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