The battle between Williams and AlphaTauri continues as Alex Albon, the newly signed Williams driver, claims that the team “won’t kick itself” if it loses the $9 million dispute with AlphaTauri.
The dispute originated from Albon’s move from AlphaTauri to Williams for the upcoming Formula 1 season. AlphaTauri claims that Williams breached a contractual agreement by signing Albon, while Williams argues that the agreement was not binding and that Albon is free to join their team.
In a statement to FirstSportz, Albon expressed his confidence in Williams’ legal team and their ability to handle the dispute. “Williams won’t kick itself if it loses the battle with AlphaTauri,” Albon said. “We have a strong legal team and we believe that we are in the right. I’m focused on preparing for the upcoming season and leaving the legal matters to the professionals.”
The $9 million dispute has added an extra layer of tension to the already competitive world of Formula 1. Both teams are determined to come out on top, and the outcome of the dispute could have a significant impact on the upcoming season.
The Formula 1 community is eagerly awaiting the resolution of the dispute, as it could potentially shake up the driver lineup for the upcoming season. As the legal battle continues, all eyes will be on Williams and AlphaTauri as they fight for the upper hand in the high-stakes battle.