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Alfa Romeo retains Zhou for 2023

Alfa Romeo has announced a contract extension for Zhou Guanyu that will keep him with the team for the 2023 Formula 1 season. Zhou has impressed in his rookie year to date, scoring points on debut in Bahrain and also finishing in the top 10 in Monza, with a best result of eighth in Montreal. The Chinese driver will remain alongside Valtteri Bottas in an unchanged line-up for Alfa Romeo next season, and says he has plenty of developing still to do as he moves into his second year in Formula 1.
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