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Who will fill the remaining F1 2019 seats?

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Who will fill the remaining F1 2019 seats?
Aug 22, 2018, 10:41 AM

As Formula 1 returns to action after a summer break dominated by the driver market, attention turns to the remaining seats up for grabs on the 2019 grid.

Fernando Alonso, Daniel Ricciardo, Carlos Sainz and Pierre Gasly have all made their big moves, but those shuffles have created plenty of gaps that will need filling in various places, while changes behind the scenes at Force India appear set to create more upheaval in the midfield.

In this clip from Motorsport Show, Peter Windsor is joined by Autosport Grand Prix editor Edd Straw to discuss the next steps to look for in F1's silly season.

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