Nick de Vries adjusts seat for second appearance in Williams F1[]

Nick de Vries is said to be redoing seats at the Williams F1 team factory in case regular driver Alexander Albon does not recover from Singapore’s F1 GP.

Alexander Albon underwent an operation for appendicitis over the weekend of the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix, but suffered respiratory failure after the operation, further complicating his recovery.

Albon later released a statement claiming he was feeling “pretty good”, but admits it could be “difficult” to prepare in time for the Singapore Grand Prix.

RacingNews365 reports that Nick de Vries will travel to Williams headquarters in Oxfordshire, England this week to install seats.

The last few days have been busy for Nick de Vries, who has been negotiating a deal with Williams, Alpine and AlphaTauri for 2023 after his F1 debut at Monza.

This week, Nick de Vries will take part in a private test for the Alpine F1 Team at the Hungaroring, where he will be at the wheel of last year’s A521 car.

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