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Williams may be missing two days of testing, however, George Russell belives it won’t “compromise” the team too much.
Williams have released images of their FW42 three days before the car is scheduled to be in action at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Renault are not the only team facing a race against time to have their car ready for pre-season testing with Williams forced into cancelling Saturday’s shakedown.
With Martini exiting the picture at the end of last season, Williams have announced a new title sponsor in ROKiT and along with that comes a new colour scheme.
Williams took the covers off their 2019 livery on Monday, unveiling an electric blue and white colour scheme and a new title partner in RoKiT.
Acknowledging that 2018 was a “very painful” season, Claire Williams is convinced Williams have the right tools in place for a recovery.
Williams are “pretty happy” that they have managed to sort out some of the issues with last year’s car, confident they won’t make the same mistakes this season.
With the superlative rookie season of Charles Leclerc still fresh in the memory, attention now turns to the class of 2019…
With five titles to his name, Lewis Hamilton may be the one to emulate when it comes to F1’s British rookies, however, Jackie Stewart says they must remember some “luck” was involved.
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe believes the experience George Russell has picked up from working with Lewis Hamilton will be “extremely valuable”.
Although George Russell has yet to make his official F1 debut, Toto Wolff is already billing the Formula 2 champ as a “star in the future.”
Williams’ George Russell claims Lando Norris’ call-up to McLaren helped him to land his 2019 drive.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe believes that George Russell has the potential to match Charles Leclerc’s rapid rise to the top.
George Russell has admitted that for his debut season in Formula 1, he “really wanted” a team-mate like the experienced Robert Kubica.
George Russell will make his debut in Formula 1 in 2019 with Williams, and he insists that he is ready for the step up to the top tier.
George Russell has said he fears no driver as he prepares for his first season in Formula 1 with Williams.
George Russell says he’s not in F1 to race for 19th or 20th so his goal as a Williams driver will be to help Robert Kubica push the team “forward.”
George Russell has admitted that his first run in a Williams was positive, as he drove for the team in the Abu Dhabi tyre test.
Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso were joined by 2019 drivers George Russell and Lando Norris.
The FIA press conferences in Abu Dhabi will give us another glimpse of the future with Lando Norris and George Russell.
George Russell may be joining the team that is set to finish this season bottom of the log, Williams, however, he insists he’s “not worried” as F1 can change fast.
Nico Rosberg has backed Britain’s new F1 talent, Lando Norris and George Russell, to shine while reiterating that Ferrari’s mistakes have made life easy for Lewis Hamilton.
Despite watching the “bizarre” Esteban Ocon saga play out, George Russell says he held onto his belief that if he produced the goods in Formula 2, F1 would follow.
There will be a second rookie on the gird for next season, as George Russell will drive for the Williams Martini Racing team.
George Russell has admitted that he called Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe to arrange a first meeting.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has set out a two-week timeframe to announce their 2019 driver line-up, with Mercedes duo Esteban Ocon and George Russell considered.
Mercedes protege George Russell believes that the Formula 1 grid is two teams short of where it needs to be.
Challenging for this year’s Formula 2 title, George Russell aims to put as much pressure as he can on Mercedes to secure him a Formula 1 race seat for next season.
George Russell feels Charles Leclerc impressive debut campaign in Formula 1 is great for the youngsters such as himself wanting to come through the ranks.
David Coulthard believes that Lewis Hamilton could decide to walk away from the sport after the 2020 season.