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Breaking: Nyck de Vries taken off stand-by as Alex Albon cleared to race

Williams’ Alex Albon has confirmed that he will be in the car and racing at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix after overcoming appendicitis. The Thai-Briton was hopeful of points at the Italian Grand Prix last time out as the Williams team headed to a Monza circuit that was expected to suit them, but he fell ill after Friday practice. Following an examination, he was diagnosed with appendicitis, so he was forced to step away for the remainder of the weekend. At a moment’s notice, Nyck de Vries was called up to replace him, and he out-qualified team-mate Nicholas Latifi, before scoring points in ninth. READ: Alex Albon reveals how Red Bull experience made him ‘clear’ about...
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