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TREMAYNE: Albon’s Canada drive had me wondering how he’d be doing in the second RB19 if Red Bull had kept him

Hall of Fame F1 Journalist

David Tremayne
MONTREAL, QUEBEC - JUNE 18: Alexander Albon of Thailand and Williams looks on on the grid prior to

My stand-out driver from Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix was unquestionably Alex Albon, who brought his upgraded Williams FW45 home seventh after a wonderful drive in which he resisted tremendous pressure from the recovering George Russell, the increasingly consistent Esteban Ocon, the on-form Valtteri Bottas and old F2 rival Lando Norris.

With its long straights Williams had high hopes that the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve would suit their revised car, and so it proved.


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