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Sport Albon: "What the media writes does not affect how I drive"

13:20  25 october  2020
13:20  25 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Especially his performances in Portimao and Imola are watched closely by the bulls. Although Helmut Marko rules out a driver swap in the current season, he has not yet guaranteed Albon the place in the coming year. The 24-year-old lacks constancy.

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Despite the ongoing speculation, he doesn't want to be distracted. "My approach to the weekend [has not changed], there is no difference. I was able to improve in qualifying. But there is still a gap."

In Portimao, too, he is missing about half a second on Verstappen. "Still, I have the feeling that everything is coming together better now. I just need good, clean weekends. That is important." He doesn't want to answer whether the upcoming races will decide his career.

"I just have to do my job and focus on my performance. There isn't much to comment on." Nor does he want to speculate who might succeed him. In the past few weeks, the names Nico Hülkenberg and Sergio Perez have been used more frequently in this context.

"That's not my problem. My job is to stay in this [Red Bull driver] pool!" He doesn't feel any additional pressure from naming the two veterans, he focuses purely on his own abilities, repeats Albon.

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He tries to block out all the background noise and tells the journalist: "Nothing against you, but nothing you say [or write] affects how I drive. I focus on myself, where I can improve. " And: "I don't care what the media say."

Albon estimates that if he delivered certain results, then the perception in the media would also change. "Of course, performance is the top priority. But there are no set goals, it's just a matter of improvement. Closing the gap to Max is an easy way to see that."

Therefore he focuses on the relationship with the team and the lap time in the car. "It won't change my lap times if I stare at my smartphone. I'm focused on the things that really matter." Among other things, the self-confidence in the car, but by no means media reports.

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