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While they say it will be a challenge, Williams head to the Russian Grand Prix with the aim of continuing their excellent run of results.
Having been team-mates in Formula 2, Nicholas Latifi says he is looking forward to working with Alex Albon again – whom he rates “very highly”.
Williams boss Jost Capito believes Nicholas Latifi’s performances against George Russell in 2021 have been better than they look.
George Russell described Williams’ sudden knack of regularly scoring points as “pretty surreal” after finishing ninth in the Italian Grand Prix.
George Russell found sprint qualifying at Monza a frustrating experience, having been hampered by a bad start and front-wing damage.
Nicholas Latifi feels that having a sprint qualifying trial at Monza is a “no-brainer”, given the track’s characteristics.
George Russell admitted that he is not yet “feeling” the Williams FW43B following qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix.
Williams boss Jost Capito said it was an “obvious and easy” decision to retain Nicholas Latifi next season, but they retain high expectations.
Alex Albon will be returning to Formula 1 as a Williams driver in 2022, the team have announced.
Sergio Perez and Nicholas Latifi will both start the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort from the pit lane due to penalties, the FIA has confirmed.
Nicholas Latifi expects to receive a five-place grid penalty for a gearbox change at the Dutch Grand Prix following his heavy crash in qualifying.
George Russell said his opening run of Friday practice at the Dutch Grand Prix was as good as the day got for himself.
While Nicholas Latifi qualified a career-best P12 at Spa, he felt getting into Q3 was a real possibility for him.
Having spent two “very tricky years” with Williams, Nicholas Latifi would be disappointed if the team dropped him ahead of 2022’s reset.
Nicholas Latifi has backed himself to fill George Russell’s shoes as team leader at Williams if the Briton was to leave for Mercedes next year.
Williams’ Nicholas Latifi feels he has improved in qualifying, but his former strength of race days has become a negative at times in 2021.
Despite the highs of Hungary, Nicholas Latifi says Williams will not get carried away and lose perspective of their true performance level.
Nicholas Latifi thinks Jost Capito’s approachability and all-round efficiency has helped to improve Williams’ fortunes this season.
Jost Capito believes that Nicholas Latifi’s performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix proves that he deserves a spot on the F1 grid.
As he climbed up to P3 at the start of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Nicholas Latifi’s mind went to Kevin Magnussen.
If George Russell leaves Williams, Nicholas Latifi wants someone patient to replace him, not a driver expecting wins immediately.
Nicholas Latifi says that George Russell, not Esteban Ocon or Alex Albon, is the best team-mate that he’s ever had.
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.