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Williams have admitted it would be pointless for them to target a driver who had any aspirations about being World Champion in 2022.
George Russell, twice into Q3 but yet to score, has denied that Williams are focusing on qualifying, saying “everything” is on the race.
Qualifying P8 on Friday and yet leaving Silverstone without a point, George Russell reckons he is “out-qualifying the true pace of the car”.
Nico Hulkenberg is on Williams’ list for a potential 2022 drive but it is, according to Williams CEO Jost Capito, a “long” list.
George Russell was thrilled with his stunning performance to secure P8 on the grid for sprint qualifying at Silverstone.
Having to adapt to a new format for the British GP, Williams will draw on the experience of last year’s two-day Imola event to guide them through.
Alpine have reached out to Williams over a possible 2022 seat for their junior driver Guanyu Zhou, according to a report.
Williams are reported to be looking at other drivers, not only Valtteri Bottas, if George Russell is called up by Mercedes for next season.
Fernando Alonso has said, while George Russell’s Williams competed directly with him in Austria, he does not view the team as a consistent threat this season.
George Russell keeps reminding himself of the promise made to him by Mercedes in that if he does a “good job”, then his efforts will be “rewarded”.
Jost Capito thinks Williams’ pre-race scare at the Austrian Grand Prix was a symptom of George Russell being “overly sensitive” about his FW43B.
Nicholas Latifi struggled with performance extremities in his Williams during the Austrian Grand Prix, ranging from “horrible” to “amazing”.
Williams principal Jost Capito believes that the longer they wait to confirm their 2022 line-up, the more appealing the team will become.
George Russell is targeting his best ever F1 finish in a Williams after another brilliant qualifying performance at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Ross Brawn said it was “annoying” to see George Russell retire in Styria, seemingly on his way to earning his first Williams points after a sterling weekend.
George Russell has applauded Williams for “doing it properly”, saying he expects a “big change” in the team’s form next season.
A gutted George Russell felt that P8 ahead of Fernando Alonso was the minimum result for him before having to retire from the Styrian Grand Prix.
Jost Capito believes George Russell would be “quite happy” to stay with Williams if he does not receive a call-up to Mercedes for next season.
George Russell said that he has not yet held any talks with Williams or Mercedes about his future for 2022 and beyond.
Jost Capito has explained why Williams dispensed with the services of team principal Simon Roberts, who left the team two weeks ago.
Guenther Steiner said George Russell’s drive to P12 in France should provide something to strive for within Haas, adding that “determination is worth something”.
Williams head of vehicle performance Dave Robson said there’s now a “different vibe” within the team, now that a firm management structure is in place.
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.
Williams are ready to bide their time over who partners Nicholas Latifi in 2022, saying there will be no shortage of options if George Russell leaves.
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.
Williams team principal, Jost Capito, has said it is “all open” with regards to the respective futures of George Russell and Valtteri Bottas.
Williams has confirmed test driver Roy Nissany will use George Russell’s car in the first free practice session at the French Grand Prix this weekend.
Toto Wolff has said you would think Mercedes were Williams if you could listen in to their post-session debriefs.
Dave Robson has explained some changes that Williams have made on their car in an attempt to combat wind sensitivity issues.
Williams’ head of vehicle performance, Dave Robson, feels George Russell would be a “massive loss” if he left the team at the end of the season.