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Nicholas Latifi says he is not looking to replace Robert Kubica at Williams, at least not for this season.
Robert Kubica’s Formula 1 return could yet prove to be short-lived with reports linking test driver Nicholas Latifi to his race seat.
As Formula 2 headed for its third round of the season in Barcelona, we saw several proteges shine, and a resurgence.
Nicholas Latifi will return to Formula 1 action this weekend, replacing Esteban Ocon for the opening practice session in Germany.
Nicholas Latifi maintains he wants to get into Formula 1 on merit and not because his father’s millions bought him a race-seat.
Nicholas Latifi has stated his desire to move up to Formula 1 next year as he “doesn’t want to do another season” in Formula 2.
Nicholas Latifi has said that there is “no link” between his father’s £200million investment in the McLaren Group and a future race seat for himself.
The McLaren Group have confirmed rumours that Michael Latifi, father of Formula 2 racer Nicholas, is behind a recent ??203.8 million investment.
Nicholas Latifi will not test for Force India this week as he recovers at home following hospitalisation for a “serious infection.”
Force India has announced that Nicholas Latifi will be joining the team as a reserve and test driver for the 2018 season.