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George Russell may be starting his home race from P19, but the Brit was blown away by the “special feeling” around Silverstone.
Robert Kubica will “absolutely not” be replaced by Williams this season, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be with them in 2020 with Claire Williams speaking only about a future with George Russell.
Christian Horner, Claire Williams and Zak Brown where joined by Honda’s Toyoharu Tanabe and Renault’s Marcin Budkowski for Friday’s press conference at Silverstone.
Claire Williams has rubbished rumours that Williams are set to swap Renault, adamant her team’s “future is with Mercedes”.
Following Paddy Lowe’s official departure it is business as usual for Williams’ design department, only these days there’s a “spring in everybody’s step”.
While Haas are trying to figure whether they have a title sponsor, Williams have announced that ROKiT have extended their deal from three to five years.
Williams will sport a series of special messages on the FW42 as Sir Frank Williams celebrates his 50th year in charge of the team.
PKN Orlen, Robert Kubica’s major sponsors, have denied neither they or the Polish driver are preparing for early exits at Williams.
No, we are not being sarcastic. Despite being lapped three times, Robert Kubica has been voted the Austrian Grand Prix Driver of the Day by fans.
Deputy team principal Claire Williams feels the team are “heading in the right direction” and staff morale is improving as a result.
Although George Russell concedes Williams are “still in the one step backwards phase” of their rebuilding, he says it is important they show the world they are “not a bunch of idiots.”
Paddy Lowe has officially left Williams, four months after taking an extended leave of absence.
Beating George Russell for the first time this season, Robert Kubica says his French GP was “less painful” than expected.
Williams’ George Russell was happy with his qualifying performance ahead of the French GP after missing FP1 and most of FP3.
F2 leader Nicholas Latifi will get a second outing for Williams in FP1 with George Russell making way for the Canadian.
Robert Kubica and his sponsor Orlen are considering their options for next season as Williams’ struggles continue.
Williams’ Robert Kubica believes at times he and team-mate George Russell are driving in “two different worlds”.
George Russell feels F1 could hurt rookies’ careers if they press ahead with plans to run newcomers in Friday practice sessions.
Jacques Villeneuve has openly admitted that he is not a fan of Robert Kubica’s comeback, saying he is “clearly slower” than George Russell.
Robert Kubica, returning to the scene of his one and only F1 victory, did not have a good time in Canada, finishing last and three laps down on the race winner.
Williams are paying the price for not investing enough in R&D and “it’s a real shame” says former engineering head Rob Smedley.
Nicholas Latifi will take to his home circuit, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, this Friday for his first grand prix session in Canada.
With a raft of updates on the cards, Williams’ senior race engineer Dave Robson concedes the team will finally know if their 2019 philosophy is on point, or flawed as 2018’s was.
Williams hope to introduce an upgrade for the middle part of the season which will give a “significant performance” boost.
Renault principal Cyril Abiteboul has warned that only “guidelines” for the 2021 overhaul may be in place come the June deadline.
Robert Kubica says neither he nor George Russell bear the blame for Williams poor form, after all the drivers “are not responsible for building the car.”
Robert Kubica has questioned Williams’ strategy after George Russell was given “priority” despite the Polish driver being ahead in the Monaco Grand Prix.
George Russell, while delighted with his P15 in Monaco, believes he could have achieved an even higher position.
Williams’ George Russell said he “put it all on the line” in qualifying in hope of hooking up a strong lap around the streets of Monte Carlo.
Claire Williams reckons the likes of Jacques Villeneuve should keep quiet about Williams, especially as “they don’t know the full story.”