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Alfa Romeo confirm Zhou Guanyu for 2023

Alfa Romeo announced today that Zhou Guanyu will remain with the team for 2023, after becoming the first Chinese driver in Formula 1 after his debut with the Swiss based team. The Chinese rookie, who survived a horrible crash at the 2022 British Grand Prix at Silverstone, has been quietly impressive in his debut season, not making many errors making it out of Q1 in qualifying regularly while also reaching Q3 two times. Zhou is currently 17th in the Championship with six points to his name Alfa Romeo Team Statement Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN will continue its journey with Zhou Guanyu as the team extends its relationship with the Chinese driver for the 2023 season. During the course of a...
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