Red Bull F1 Alex Albon “Ready to replace someone”[F1-Gate.com]

Alexander Albon, a 2021 Red Bull F1 reserve driver, said a prolonged bandemic of the new Corona Willis could lead to an opportunity to compete in the Grand Prix before returning to a full-time race seat in 2022. ..

Alex Albon, who was F1 driver for Red Bull Racing until last year, decided to hire Sergio Perez and was assigned the role of reserve driver for Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri this season.

Albon Albon is already aiming to return to F1 in 2022 with Red Bull Racing, Scuderia AlphaTauri and even a team outside the Red Bull family.

But in the meantime, Alexander Albon says he is ready to race in place of an active F1 driver infected with the new coronavirus, if necessary.

“From now on, I’ll be competing in almost every race, including flyaway and European races. There’s a lot of trackside support in the simulator, but it’s important to be there anyway,” said Alex Albon. It was.

“Obviously, if the new coronavirus is widespread, you need to act safely in some respects, so I’m here and my body isn’t lazy. If they need me If you are ready to take on someone’s space. “

Red Bull Racing left the shakedown of the 2021 F1 machine “RB16B” at Silverstone to race drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. However, Alexander Albon has already contributed to the development process of the RB16B.

“The RB16B is like my winter project and I’ve done a lot with the simulator,” commented Alexander Albon.

“Of course, last year’s machines were difficult, and my job was to solve them anyway so that we could do our best right away this year.”

“It’s nice to see it translated, and we know that much of what we’ve done is already done before the car is in operation. It pays off all the hard work. It is shown that”

In addition to the mission at Red Bull F1, Alexander Albon has decided to participate in the DTM (German Touring Car Championship) from AF Corse with the Ferrari 488 GT3 supported by Red Bull on weekends when the schedules do not overlap.

The DTM series kicks off in Monza on June 19th and is scheduled for 18 races in 9 rounds.

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