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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    Liam Lawson is rejuvenated after finishing third in the feature race in the seventh round of the Formula 2 World Championship at Silverstone

    Liam Lawson is rejuvenated after finishing third in the feature race in the seventh round of the Formula 2 World Championship at Silverstone


    The Kiwi who has been anno0unced as Red Bull's new Formula 1 reserve driver, is up to fifth in the standings.

    Lawson says he's relieved to finally put it together.



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