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F1 Silly Season | Tension around final seats for 2023 increases

Formula 1 is approaching the winter break and traditionally this is a time when the Silly Season kicks in. However, many deals have already been done, leaving only a few spots on the F1 grid, but still many candidates. GPblog brings you up to date on the situation. Article continues under ad Red Bull Racing The world championship leader has things in order. Not only has it built a race-winning car under the new regulations, but after nine races Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez top the drivers' championship. The Dutchman signed a deal prior to the season that will see him remain with Red Bull until 2028, but Perez has also been given a contract until 2024. Ferrari The number two in the world...
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