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OFFICIAL: Zhou will drive for Alfa Romeo in the 2023 F1 season

Guanyu Zhou has extended his contract at Alfa Romeo until the end of the 2023 Formula 1 season. The contract extension had been in the air for a while, but has now been officially announced by the team. Article continues under ad Zhou signs with Zhou is having a solid debut in Formula 1. The Chinese driver was brought to F1 as the third-placed finisher in Formula 2. The Chinese driver received a lot of criticism at first because many said he would be there mainly because of his big bag of money, but Zhou also showed in 2022 that he can indeed drive well. In his first Grand Prix, he finished 10th, scoring China's first Formula 1 point. Zhou would score five more points later in the season...
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