July 15, 2024

Liam Lawson Has Sent A Brutal Message To The Coach Of Red Bull-About The Agreement Of $….

“There’s nothing pre-set or pre-ordained”: Red Bull boss on Liam Lawson’s F1 future

A dip in current RB driver Daniel Ricciardo’s form has called into question his place in the team, with Red Bull replacing Ricciardo with Ayumu Iwasa for FP1 in Suzuka.

This is part of a mandatory test where F1 teams must run a rookie driver in two FP1 sessions in a season, making Lawson ineligible due to his five race stint in 2023.

Lawson, however, has expressed he will not wait around forever if he cannot obtain a seat at Red Bull.

“For me it is a dream to drive for Red Bull, I have been part of the Red Bull family for more than five years,” he said according to Formule1.NL

“If I had the say, I would drive for Red Bull or RB. But apart from that, it is always a dream to become a Formula 1 driver.

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