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United States GP: Further rain hampers Williams in FP2
The Williams drivers would finish the second Friday practice session for the 2018 United States GP in 12th and 15th with Lance Stroll leading team-mate Sergey Sirotkin. For the team it was a session that would see the weather again limit the track time of both drivers with a wet track continuing to hamper running.
United States GP: FP1 sees wet conditions for Williams
The opening Friday practice session for the 2018 United States GP would see both Williams Martini drivers complete runs on the intermediate tyre with the Austin circuit wet after showers. Both drivers would finish down the times with Sergey Sirotkin in 15th and Lance Stroll 19th. It was an uneventful session for the Williams team as they tried to gain information but wree limited by the range of tyres that they had available.
United States GP: Williams Martini Grand Prix Preview
The Williams Martini team moves to the Circuit of the Americas for the 2018 United Sates GP. The circuit has become of the favourites with Formula One. For the Williams team both drivers Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin are looking forward to running on this track.But again this race marks another challenge for the Williams team as they try to end the 2019 season on a better note.
Williams Racing confirms Russell from 2019
Williams Racing announced that George Russell is to be appointment to a race seat from the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship with a multi-year agreement. There is yet to be any formal announcement as to who will join Russell but Sergey Sirotkin must be a serious contender.
Japanese GP: Further disappointment for Williams Martini
The results for the 2018 Japanese GP would see the Williams Martini team come away with a race of further disappointment. Team drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll would finish well down the order in 16th and 17th, effectively last in the race. It was a race where despite an encouraging qualifying they again struggled for pace in the race. Both drivers would adopt a two stop strategy but this did little to help their situation. Again the FW41 simply struggled for pace in the race.
Japanese GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Martini
Qualifying for the 2018 Japanese would see the Williams Martini produce an encouraging result compared to previous races. Team drivers Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin would finish in 14th and 17th. Lance was able to make it into the second period with Sergey missing out by the smallest margin. Lance was able to out-qualify one of the Renault cars whcih was a great performance. Overall the Williams team was able tio get the most out of the troublesome FW41.
Japanese GP: FP3 encouraging for Williams Martini
The final practice session for the 2018 Japanese GP would see Williams Martini drivers finish in 14th and 18th. Both drivers would run on the soft tyre early in the session but a period of rain would see their track time limited. Lance Stroll was able to return and set a time using the supersoft tyre that would see him 14th but for Sergey Sirotkin his run on this tyre was ended by a red flag that would see him fail to improve and was 18th. Despite this it was a slightly encouraging session for the Williams team.
Japanese GP: FP2 sees Williams Martini where we expected
The second Friday practice session for the 2018 Japanese GP would see the Williams Martini team finish about where one would expect them to be based on their current form. Team drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll would finish in 18th and 19th positions after what was a uneventful session for both drivers. Both drivers would complete supersoft tyre runs prior to completing longer runs with the pair splitting the tyre evaluations. Lance was also involved in aero assessments.
Japanese GP: Unsurprising result for Williams Martini in FP1
It would be an unsurprising result for the Williams Martini team in the opening Friday practice session for the 2018 Japanese GP. Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin would finish in 16th and 19th respectively. Both drivers would focus on runs on the supersoft tyre with longer runs late in the session. As was the case in previous weekends both drivers would set times but would see others quickly move ahead of them.
Japanese GP: Williams Martini Grand Prix Preview
Just a week after the race in Russia the Williams team has moved to the Suzuka circuit for the 2018 Japanese GP. For team drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll this race marks one that both are keen to take part in. For Sergey it will be his first time at this circuit but after the demands of his home race in Russia he is hoping for a quiter time. For Lance he is aiming to use his past experience to get the most out of himseolf and his car. But once again it is going to be a race of again hoping to see an improvment in the fortunes of the Williams team.
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