Brundle: “It just doesn’t work with Albon in that Red Bull...

Alexander Albon keeps repeating that every race weekend was pretty good, but in the meantime the British Thai doesn’t really know what to do. Also Sky Sportsjournalist Martin Brundle thinks it’s game over for the driver.

It all started so promisingly at Red Bull Racing for Albon. Pierre Gasly had been sent away and he was the up-and-coming talent who could save the season of the Austrian formation somewhat. In the beginning everything seemed to be going very well, but during the 2020 season it turned out that the British-Thai driver is having a very difficult time in that RB16. The role of Max Verstappen’s teammate is therefore a difficult one, but Albon seems to almost collapse under the pressure. At Brundle it almost hurts to see how Verstappen’s teammate is almost suffering.

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“I don’t like to say it, it even hurts me a bit, but if Albon is sent away he shouldn’t even complain,” said the journalist. “It was another difficult race for him. Unfortunately it doesn’t work in that second Red Bull seat.” It has turned out to be very difficult to find a good, stable teammate for Verstappen, but one thing is for sure: Albon is not the man for Red Bull. In Imola, the British Thai was on his way to score points for the team, as his Dutch teammate suffered a blowout. However, this attempt failed and after a spin it ended in tears.

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Brundle still has the courage for Albon, despite everything. Helmut Marko has revealed that the 24-year-old driver has until the very last race of the season to prove himself. Only then would a decision be made internally. In any case, Brundle hopes Albon can turn the tide. “He’s better than this. There is still time, I hope he gets his affairs in order. But Red Bull needs him very soon at the front of the field,” said the Sky Sports journalist.

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