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George Russell says Williams must develop at “double or triple the rate” to catch their rivals this season.
Williams’ George Russell has praised former F2 rival Alex Albon for his performances under the Red Bull programme in 2019.
George Russell admits Williams need to introduce upgrades that will make the FW42 a more consistent car but fears they don’t have that “something special” in the bag.
Driving the Williams and the Mercedes W10 on back-to-back test days, George Russell feels he was able to give Williams valuable feedback.
George Russell has revealed a special, Juan Pablo Montoya-inspired lid to mark what is being billed as the 1000th race in Formula 1.
George Russell insists driving for Williams is not hurting his Formula 1 career despite the team being well adrift at the back of the grid.
Robert Kubica believes he is nothing more than a ‘passenger’ until Williams improve a host of issues with the FW42.
George Russell was pleased with what he learned after finishing fastest for Mercedes in the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test.
George Russell has welcomed Patrick Head’s Williams return, saying he is just the person needed to “lift everybody.”
Yet again the slowest team on the grid, George Russell concedes the Bahrain Grand Prix will be little more than a day of testing for Williams.
Robert Kubica says it’s like Williams are running “completely different cars” after he finished well adrift of his team-mate on the same set-up in practice.
Williams driver George Russell is optimistic of improvement at the fallen giants, but conceded that it will be a “long-term process”.
Williams rookie George Russell believes the Australian Grand Prix was merely an extended test session for the team.
George Russell says he used everything that his Williams FW42 had in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix.
Slowest of all by some margin in Melbourne, Claire Williams admits she knew it would be tough, she just didn’t expect it to be quite this bad.
Robert Kubica and George Russell are in for a long weekend (and season, probably) as Williams kicked off their 2019 campaign in Australia.
George Russell may only be a few weeks into his Williams role but already the Formula 2 champ is impressing his new boss.
George Russell has said he would be “lying” if he tried to say that Williams were not the slowest team at pre-season testing.
After the issues of last week, Williams’ George Russell was delighted to finally put the FW42 through its paces on Tuesday.
Acknowledging that Williams’ FW42 was not “100%” when it hit the track last Wednesday, George Russell says the team has “no idea” about the car’s potential performance level.
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”.