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Who will sit next to Bottas at Alfa Romeo in 2022: 'Five more candidates'

Now that Valtteri Bottas ' move to Alfa Romeo is a certainty the question remains which driver will be the Finn's teammate from 2022 onwards. According to renowned sports outlet Auto, Motor und Sport that decision has not yet been made and there are currently four or five names on the shortlist, including that of Dutchman Nyck de Vries. "“It is not yet clear who Bottas' new team-mate will be at Alfa Romeo. The team leaders would like to sign the former Red Bull driver Alex Albon. But the Thai leans more towards Williams", begins AMuS. "Another alternative is Formula E champion Nyck de Vries, who contacted Vasseur several times in Zandvoort." According to the outlet,...
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