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Russell pinpoints key difference between Mercedes and Williams

George Russell has spoken of his enthusiasm at the new regulations that will be introduced in Formula 1 in 2022, and said he is ready for an “incredibly intense” season with Mercedes. The Silver Arrows signed Russell from Williams for the upcoming season as a replacement for the departing Valtteri Bottas, following three immensely impressive years at the British team. Bottas has meanwhile made the move to Alfa Romeo, partnering Guanyu Zhou to form the team's all-new driver line-up. READ: Marko predicts similar 2022 front-runners barring ‘golden shot’ The 23-year-old says it will be important to get as much recovery time as possible before diving back into training for the upcoming...
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