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Williams driver, Nicholas Latifi, has revealed why he has chosen the number six to race with in the upcoming 2020 Formula 1 campaign.
Williams has announced that Lavazza, long-term backers of Nicholas Latifi, will be an official partner of the team for the 2020 season.
Nicholas Latifi says the success of Lando Norris, George Russell and Alex Albon gives him confidence heading into his first F1 season.
Nicholas Latifi says he is eager to pit himself against George Russell, who whitewashed Robert Kubica in this year’s qualifying.
Williams have finally announced Nicholas Latifi as George Russell’s team-mate for 2020, and deputy principal Claire Williams has explained why it took so long in coming.
The 2020 driver line-up is officially set in stone with Nicholas Latifi confirmed as Robert Kubica’s replacement at Williams.
Nicholas Latifi says he won’t spend a fourth season in Formula 2 even if he misses out on a 2020 Williams race seat.
Nicholas Latifi is in the Williams for three FP1 sessions but deputy team boss Claire Williams is adamant that is “no clear indication” he’ll race next season.
With Robert Kubica thought to be on his way out of Williams come the end of this year, Nicholas Latifi will have another audition with the team at Spa on Friday.
F2 leader Nicholas Latifi will get a second outing for Williams in FP1 with George Russell making way for the Canadian.
Nicholas Latifi will take to his home circuit, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, this Friday for his first grand prix session in Canada.
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.