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Lance Stroll is heading into his third season in Formula 1 – it is only now that we are going to be able to see if there is more to him than just money.
Sergio Perez has warned former teammate Esteban Ocon that it’s “a risky move” as he prepares to sit out the 2019 season.
Robert Kubica says it was towards the end of 2017 that he became “very confident” that he had the ability to return to Formula 1 racing.
Williams technical chief, Paddy Lowe, has put on record the “great affection” and “great relationship” the team had with Rob Smedley.
With F1 shifting towards a divide between works and B-teams, Martin Brundle fears former champions Williams and McLaren have been left in the “void.”
Sergey Sirotkin’s long-term goal is to return to Formula 1 after being dropped by Williams after just one season of racing.
Although George Russell has yet to make his official F1 debut, Toto Wolff is already billing the Formula 2 champ as a “star in the future.”
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe claims the arrival of Kubica has lifted the entire team.
Formula 1’s managing director of motorsport, Ross Brawn, has bemoaned the continued struggles of McLaren and Williams.
Valtteri Bottas will be keeping a close eye on his former team in 2019 and thinks Robert Kubica can help put Williams back where they “deserve to be”.
Williams’ George Russell claims Lando Norris’ call-up to McLaren helped him to land his 2019 drive.
Robert Kubica has admitted that he understands why question marks remain over his ability, and that he would have doubts about his return.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe believes that George Russell has the potential to match Charles Leclerc’s rapid rise to the top.
Lance Stroll believes he is now a “more complete driver” after a season of struggled with the Williams team in 2018.
George Russell has admitted that for his debut season in Formula 1, he “really wanted” a team-mate like the experienced Robert Kubica.
Sergio Perez claims that while Esteban Ocon had the beating of him in qualifying, he was the superior race driver throughout the 2018 season.
George Russell will make his debut in Formula 1 in 2019 with Williams, and he insists that he is ready for the step up to the top tier.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe thinks Lance Stroll came into Formula 1 “too early” and would have benefited from more preparation.
Axed Williams driver Sergey Sirotkin is hoping to make a quick return to Formula 1 after next season.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe believes that the team has already turned around their fortunes.
Despite leaving his Head of Vehicle Performance role at Williams at the end of the season, Rob Smedley leaves the team on good terms.
Sergey Sirotkin has said he is still finding it “very tough” to process that he will not be continuing is Formula 1 career next season.
Robert Kubica has suggested Williams’ problems could have eased in 2018 had they listened to the drivers straightaway.
Sergey Sirotkin could be given a potential lifeline by Audi after being confirmed for a DTM test in Jerez.
Robert Kubica has said he has no fear whatsoever as he prepares to end his Formula 1 racing hiatus by driving for Williams in 2019.
Claire Williams has suggested that the Williams team will improve because of the fighting spirit that Robert Kubica will bring to the team.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe believes that the changes being made to front wings will improve the racing in F1.
Ex-Formula 1 driver, Mika Salo, has revealed that a disagreement over finances led to Sergey Sirotkin’s departure from Williams.
George Russell says he’s not in F1 to race for 19th or 20th so his goal as a Williams driver will be to help Robert Kubica push the team “forward.”
Sergey Sirotkin believed it was “quite obvious” that he would have a second season in F1 with Williams only to lose his race seat to Robert Kubica.