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Horner: Albon needs two strong weekends to secure 2021 seat

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has turned up the pressure on Alex Albon, saying the British-Thai racer will need strong weekends in Portugal and at Imola to secure his 2021 seat. After clinching his maiden F1 podium at Mugello, Albon's prospects for 2021 were brightened. But weak performances in Russia and in Germany have called into question once again the 24-year-old's ability to inch closer to teammate Max Verstappen. Horner has now put his driver's back against the wall, hinting that his future with the Milton Keynes-based squad might well depend on his performance in the next two races. "We want Alex to claim that seat and basically justify that there is no need to look at...
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