Red Bull has to make sure Lawson is on the 2024 F1 grid

Red Bull must ensure Liam Lawson is a full-time Formula 1 driver in 2024 - and if there’s no space at AlphaTauri, it has to find him a seat elsewhere on the grid. That’s not just because he’s now scored his maiden F1 points in only his third F1 start, something Nyck de Vries couldn’t manage in 10 grands prix in the same car, nor Lawson's under-pressure ex-Formula 2 team-mate Logan Sargeant in 15 GPs so far for Williams. It's because of the way Lawson has carried himself since he was given the role he desperately wanted, one he was…

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