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Jack Aitken, who took George Russell’s seat at the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix, is staying as Williams’ reserve driver for this season.
Jack Aitken said Williams remain one of the possible options open to him for 2021 with talks between both parties ongoing.
Jack Aitken says the response he received from fans in South Korea took him by surprise and wants to help continue to grow Formula 1 there.
Jack Aitken has revealed he may not know until just before qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix whether he will get a second race for Williams this weekend.
Jack Aitken is “gutted” that his error triggered George Russell’s wretched luck at the Sakhir GP, but doesn’t feel responsible.
Due to how complicated a Formula 1 car is, Jack Aitken said he needed to “re-hardwire” his brain for the Sakhir Grand Prix.
Pietro Fittipaldi and Jack Aitken, who made their F1 debuts at the Sakhir GP, can hold their heads high after both taking the chequered flag.
Jack Aitken feels he still has work to do heading into his debut Formula 1 qualifying session at the Sakhir Grand Prix.
Jack Aitken has revealed it was he that reached out to Williams asking about their driver plans when it looked like a Sakhir Grand Prix opportunity might open up.
Jack Aitken declared he has been “ready since Melbourne” for his F1 chance after being given a race opportunity with Williams in the Sakhir Grand Prix.
Roy Nissany has been confirmed for two more Williams F1 drives this year, including the Young Driver Test in Abu Dhabi on December 15 alongside Jack Aitken.
Jack Aitken will make his Williams F1 debut this weekend, replacing George Russell for FP1, the team has confirmed.
Jack Aitken says Daniel Ricciardo’s Renault exit and his rumoured replacement shows he was right to quit their junior programme.
Jack Aitken has walked away from Renault, ending his long-term association with the French manufacturer.
Jack Aitken is leaving it down to Renault to decide where he races in 2019, whether it be remaining in F2, or moving up to F1.