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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    Silly season is upon us with rumors swirling

    Red Bull
    #1 Verstappen - 2028
    #2 Perez - 2024

    Ferrari
    #1 Leclerc - 2024
    #2 Sainz - 2024

    Mercedes
    #1 Hamilton - 2023
    #2 Russell - 2023

    Mclaren
    #1 Norris - 2025
    #2 Piastri - ???

    Alpine
    #1
    #2 Ocon - 2024

    Alfa Romeo
    #1 Bottas - 2024
    #2

    AlphaTauri
    #1 Gasly - 2023
    #2 Yuki - 2023

    Aston Martin
    #1 Alonso - 2024 (Option 2025)
    #2

    Haas
    #1 Magnussen - 2023
    #2

    Williams
    #1 Albon - 2024 (w/Option)
    #2
    Yuki has been confirmed

    Rumors still floating around of Gasly to Alpine and Devries to Alpha Tauri.

    The Devries rumor seems odd, not RBR driver, he is kind of old. To me AT is your farm team to continue to find great drivers. Devries seem solid, but don't think he will ever be great.

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    Finally , Williams have released Latifi , so the bidding war can begin .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagwan View Post
    Finally , Williams have released Latifi ,
    Ba-bye!
    May the forza be with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazio View Post
    Ba-bye!
    Yup, he should have never been in F1 to begin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    Silly season is upon us with rumors swirling

    Red Bull
    #1 Verstappen - 2028
    #2 Perez - 2024

    Ferrari
    #1 Leclerc - 2025
    #2 Sainz - 2024

    Mercedes
    #1 Hamilton - 2023
    #2 Russell - 2024

    Mclaren
    #1 Norris - 2025
    #2 Piastri - 2024

    Alpine
    #1 Gasly - 2024
    #2 Ocon - 2024

    Alfa Romeo
    #1 Bottas - 2024
    #2 Zhou - 2023

    AlphaTauri
    #1 de Vries - 2023
    #2 Yuki - 2023

    Aston Martin
    #1 Alonso - 2024 (Option 2025)
    #2 Stroll - 2023 (rolling contract)

    Haas
    #1 Magnussen - 2023
    #2

    Williams
    #1 Albon - 2024 (w/Option)
    #2
    Two seats left...

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    Hulkenberg and Sargeant (once he stays in F2 top five to get Superlicence).

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    Jacques just did a run in last year's Alpine , and , after only 15 laps of running , including in and out laps , was within a second of Ocon's time .
    He was 8 tenths away , without pushing it , as he was first in the car on the Monza track .

    Just sayin' .

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    So it's official - The Hulk is in at Haas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    Silly season is upon us with rumors swirling

    Red Bull
    #1 Verstappen - 2028
    #2 Perez - 2024
    #3 Riciardo - 2023

    Ferrari
    #1 Leclerc - 2025
    #2 Sainz - 2024

    Mercedes
    #1 Hamilton - 2023
    #2 Russell - 2024

    Mclaren
    #1 Norris - 2025
    #2 Piastri - 2024

    Alpine
    #1 Gasly - 2024
    #2 Ocon - 2024

    Alfa Romeo
    #1 Bottas - 2024
    #2 Zhou - 2023

    AlphaTauri
    #1 de Vries - 2023
    #2 Yuki - 2023

    Aston Martin
    #1 Alonso - 2024 (Option 2025)
    #2 Stroll - 2023 (rolling contract)

    Haas
    #1 Magnussen - 2023
    #2 Hulkenberg - 2023 (w/Option)

    Williams
    #1 Albon - 2024 (w/Option)
    #2 Sargeant - 2023 (w/Option)
    Grid is complete. RBR signing of Riciardo is interesting as there are some saying that he is insurance if the relationship between Max and Checo falls apart.

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    Ricciardo back to RB is interesting, especially with Checo having made some comments about not being in F1 much longer with the longer seasons taking place. If Ricciardo can come to grips with the RB again, it might have been a good thing to get the boot from McLaren. It's also interesting to me that now with Ricciardo gone, Lando is openly saying the front of the McLaren is crap.

    Good to see the field all filled in. Other than Hulk, I think everyone made some good choices. And in the say of Hulk, I'd imagine he will be good on the development side, I'm just not sure he will be any quicker than Magnusson.

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