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Alonso to replace Vettel at Aston Martin in 2023

By Reuters
02 August 2022   |   5:03 am
Twice Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso will race for Aston Martin from the 2023 season after signing a multi-year contract, the team announced on Monda.

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