How Verstappen became F1's worst team-mate

How Verstappen became F1's worst team-mate

Alex Albon's first day on track with Red Bull Racing should be the start of the chance of a lifetime. But the relentlessness of the man he will go up against means there is plenty to fear

As you read this, new Red Bull Formula 1 driver Alex Albon is probably picking up a double-edged sword and swinging it for the first time.

His Red Bull shot begins at the Belgian Grand Prix and represents the career opportunity of a lifetime: perform well over the next three months or so, and he'll have a seat in a potentially title-winning car in 2020.

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