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Robert Kubica insists he has no regrets about returning to the F1 grid, he just didn’t expect to arrive in Melbourne so woefully unprepared.
Williams rookie George Russell believes the Australian Grand Prix was merely an extended test session for the team.
Making his first standing start in more than eight years, Robert Kubica has admitted there was a moment of “panic” on the Australian GP grid as he couldn’t see the lights.
George Russell says he used everything that his Williams FW42 had in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix.
Slowest of all by some margin in Melbourne, Claire Williams admits she knew it would be tough, she just didn’t expect it to be quite this bad.
Robert Kubica and George Russell are in for a long weekend (and season, probably) as Williams kicked off their 2019 campaign in Australia.
Days ahead of his return to the Formula 1 grid, Robert Kubica has been speaking about the physical and mental battles he had to fight following his rally crash.
Williams have modified part of their front suspension and mirror design to make the car legal for the season-opening Australian GP.
Williams’ chief technical officer, Paddy Lowe, has taken a “leave of absence” from the team due to “personal reasons”.
Sergey Sirotkin has said he feels “very sorry” for his former employers Williams after their rough start to 2019.
Deputy team principal Claire Williams says the late confirmation of new regulations contributed to the FW42’s late arrival.
Robert Kubica has not been very encouraging about the FW42, at least not in public, because in private he’s been telling Williams it is a “huge step forward” in performance.
Paddy Lowe says he doesn’t have “any concerns” about his place at Williams despite speculation that he’s carrying the blame for their delayed car.
Williams driver Robert Kubica claims he is only “20 %” prepared for his return to competitive action in Melbourne.
Slowest of all on the final day of testing, Robert Kubica says his FW42 was “not representative” of what it should be.
George Russell may only be a few weeks into his Williams role but already the Formula 2 champ is impressing his new boss.
George Russell has said he would be “lying” if he tried to say that Williams were not the slowest team at pre-season testing.
Williams chief technical officer, Paddy Lowe, has tried to paint a brighter picture following a very tough start to the 2019 campaign.
Claire Williams says Williams weren’t ready for the start of pre-season testing for a “number of reasons” but that finances weren’t one of them.
With just two days of testing remaining, Robert Kubica hopes Williams can “play a little more with the car” as they look to make up for lost time.
After the issues of last week, Williams’ George Russell was delighted to finally put the FW42 through its paces on Tuesday.
Acknowledging that Williams’ FW42 was not “100%” when it hit the track last Wednesday, George Russell says the team has “no idea” about the car’s potential performance level.
On the back foot after missing more than a quarter of pre-season testing, Robert Kubica says Williams need to set a “realistic target”.
Three McLaren team members received medical treatment after a fire in the team???s garage at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Friday.
Williams will be on the grid at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix with a spare chassis and parts on hand, just in case.
Williams have been “compromised” by the delay to their FW42; that’s according to Robert Kubica.
Missing more than a quarter of pre-season testing as their FW42 was delayed, Renault chassis chief Nick Chester says he feels for Williams.
Claire Williams has said the team are not in “crisis mode” after missing two-and-a-half days of pre-season testing.
Daniil Kvyat replaced Kimi Raikkonen at the top of the Day Three timesheet in Barcelona, but the bigger news is Williams are finally up and running.
Williams arrived at the Barcelona circuit at 4am on Wednesday but hours later there was still no signs, although there sounds, of any progress with the FW42.