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Williams hold hopes of a “reasonably strong” showing at the Hungaroring, a track which has served them well in recent years.
Nicholas Latifi struggled with performance extremities in his Williams during the Austrian Grand Prix, ranging from “horrible” to “amazing”.
Williams’ Nicholas Latifi said, following tyre struggles in France, he somehow started gaining “seconds of pace” out of the blue late on in the race.
George Russell said he is hoping for rain to fall at Paul Ricard on Sunday, to mix the order up at the French Grand Prix.
A “miscommunication” caused Nicholas Latifi to commit what the FIA termed a dangerous offence in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, earning him three penalty points.
Nicholas Latifi’s new Mercedes engine did not get off to the best of starts as he brought out the red flags in Baku.
The Monaco Grand Prix was a race of few thrills for George Russell as he crossed the line P14, matching his expectations.
George Russell is not expecting Williams to excel at the Spanish Grand Prix, citing low-fuel pace as a particular struggle.
Mick Schumacher was able to finish ahead of Williams’ Nicholas Latifi in Portimao, marking a huge improvement for Haas.
Another grand prix, another Nikita Mazepin controversy as, for the second race weekend running, he crossed swords with Nicholas Latifi.
After a breakthrough outing at Imola, Portimao brought Nicholas Latifi back to square one with a total lack of confidence in his Williams.
While he’s disappointed, Nicholas Latifi feels that the decision to cancel his home race in Canada again is the right one.
Williams have been working flat-out at the factory to boost their reserves of parts after heavy shunts for both cars in Imola.
Nicholas Latifi performed at his highest level to date in Imola, and Williams feel many factors combined to make it happen.
Nikita Mazepin believes Nicholas Latifi was “stressed” after spinning at Imola, and that it contributed to their first-lap collision.
Nicholas Latifi felt the wet conditions in Imola made it the most “dangerous half a lap” he has ever driven, prior to his crash.
George Russell was pleased to make it into Q2 at Imola after being “off the pace” during the practice sessions.
George Russell was left scratching his head after struggling on Friday at Imola, while team-mate Nicholas Latifi shone at a new level.
George Russell said Williams’ pace in Bahrain was “pretty strong”, but still hopes that was the “worst-case scenario”.
Nicholas Latifi is looking forward to working with 2009 World Champion, Jenson Button, saying he will be a “massive asset” to Williams.
Nicholas Latifi says that his main objective in his second season in Formula 1 is to improve his performances in qualifying.
Nicholas Latifi rates Mr Saturday, George Russell, as the one of the “best” he has ever competed against.
Williams believe Nicholas Latifi’s debut F1 campaign may not have got the credit it deserved because of George Russell’s outstanding qualifying displays.
Nicholas Latifi has admitted he was disappointed the new regulations were delayed a year, but remains hopeful Williams can fight for points.
Williams driver Nicholas Latifi has said the biggest challenge rookies face when joining Formula 1 is adjusting to the size of your new team.
Nicholas Latifi feels that George Russell is “clearly” better at adapting to the shortcomings of the Williams than he is.
Nicholas Latifi has revealed that he almost missed the Spanish Grand Prix after a COVID-19 scare that turned out to be tonsillitis.
Nicholas Latifi joked that he felt short-changed by being left out of Formula 1’s group of streamers the ‘Twitch Quartet’.
Nicholas Latifi said that Williams’ improvement between the 2019 and 2020 seasons was beyond anything seen before in Formula 1.
Nicholas Latifi sees his P11 finishes in Monza and Imola specifically as the highlights of his rookie season in Formula 1.