BREAKING: Alex Albon set to make a comeback at the Singapore GP after recovery from appendicitis surgery

Formula 1 and Indycar analyst Tim Hauraney took to Twitter to share an exciting piece of news which confirmed that Alex Albon will be racing at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.

Alex Albon
Alex Albon

Alex Albon, William’s star driver this season missed out on the Italian Grand Prix as he had to undergo a much-needed appendicitis surgery. He was replaced by Mercedes’ reserve driver Nyck De Vries, who did not disappoint and scored points in his debut F1 race with Williams, making him an instant hit among the fans.

With Albon’s recent surgery, one question on everyone’s mind was if he would be fit enough to participate in the upcoming Singapore GP or will Nyck De Vries have to replace him yet again. Formula 1 and Indycar analyst Tim Hauraney took to Twitter to share an exciting piece of news which confirmed that Albon will be racing at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.

The post shared by Tim Hauraney shows Albon talking about the difficulties lying ahead in the race especially with him recovering from surgery but he has shown the resolve to take on the challenge.

Prior to his surgery, Albon was the sole point scorer for the Williams team making him an instant favourite among the fans and showcasing his exceptional driving skills. Many are excited to see the kind of performance he will bring to the Singapore Grand Prix.

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Fans love Alex Albon’s exceptional performance all season

Alex Albon
Alex Albon

Alex Albon has been performing exceptionally all season and fans love to see him race. He is currently in 19th in the drivers’ standings having scored a total of 4 points for the team. Prior to his surgery, Albon was the singular point scorer for the Williams team and was performing exceptionally making him a fan favourite.

He is not only respected by the fans but also by the drivers on the grid as well. He is 1 point behind Lance Stroll and 2 points behind the Alfa Romeo rookie, Zhou Guanyu. If he manages to score a decent amount of points in the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix, he will be able to shoot up the leaderboard.

The fans love Alex Albon and are excited to see him return to racing after having missed the Italian Grand Prix. He is raring to get back to racing and even though Singapore is a physically demanding track, he is more than up for the challenge and is looking forward to it.

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