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Aston Martin Could Give Mercedes A ‘Run For Their Money’ In 2022 – Stroll

The newly rebranded Aston Martin F1 Team has ambitious plans going forward, and with the addition of four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel, in addition to a more equitable distribution of prize money and a $145mn budget cap in 2021, the team is looking to emerge from the midfield once and for all. READ: Aston Martin Made A Mistake Signing Sebastian Vettel After ‘Pathetic’ Season – Jordan In a recent interview, team owner Lawrence Stroll said he believes they could potentially give Mercedes and any other frontrunning F1 team a “run for their money” in 2022. “Do I think we can beat Mercedes? Certainly not next year. We’re all very big realists,” Stroll said. “You...
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