Join Paul and me as we review the Sakhir Grand Prix.
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good show, thank you.
Good show as always.
Just on the argument about replacing Albon, while I agree with The International, I don’t think Albon will be going anywhere.
As Red Bull is 51% owned by a Thai Family.
there is that factor for sure. I strong reasons that he might stay if Albon has ties to that family.