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Singapore GP: Williams Martini finish outside points
The 2018 Singapore GP would see the Williams Martini team have neither car make it into the points with Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin finishing in 14th and 19th. Lance would have a solid if uneventful race running outside the top ten. For Sergey his race was far more eventful as he would pick up debris from Ocon's car after the Force India driver crashed on lap one. Sergey would pit and would then have to contend with Perez as the Force India driver tried to pass the Williams. Perez would collide into Sergey's car seeing the Force India driver receive a penalty. Sergey would then run at the rear of the field and would bring his car to the end of the race despite the damage to his car.
Singapore GP: Williams Martini woes continue in qualifying
Qualifying for the 2018 Singapore GP would see the Williams Martini team continue to struggle with neither driver making it past the opening period. Sergey Sirotkin would finish ahead of team-mate Lance Stroll but the pair would finish in 19th and 20th. Another extremely disappointing result for the Williams team as their poor 2018 season continues. As for their prospects in the race it is going to require a large measure of luck given the significant performance dsiadvantage both Williams drivers will have to contend with.
Singapore GP: Williams Martini continues to struggle in FP3
The final practice session for the 2018 Singapore GP would see the Williams Martini team fail to make any real improvements with their drivers completing the session in 18th and 20th. Sergey Sirotkin would finish 0.3 ahead of team-mate Lance Stroll in what was an unevetful if not disappointing session for the Williams team. The prospects for qualifying were looking far from promising.
Singapore GP: Williams Martini slowest in FP2
The second Friday practice session for the 2018 Singapore GP would see the Williams Martini team again struggle with their drivers finishing the session slowest. Lance Stroll ansd Sergey Sirotkin would finish in 19th and 20th after what was a fairly uneventful session. Seregy would have a minor moment early in the session while Lance would have an issue with his rear brake that would see him pit late in the session not returning. Based on the two Friday sessions the prospects for the rest of the weekend were looking very poor.
Singapore GP: Williams Martini well down the times in FP1
The opening Friday practioce for the 2018 Singapore GP would see the Williams Martini team finish well down the order with their drivers in 18th and 19th. Lance Stroll would lead team-mate Sergey Sirotkin in what was a uneventful session wth the only moment been a spin from Lance early in the session. Both drivers would only use the ultrasoft tyre during the session.
Singapore GP: Williams Martini Grand Prix Preview
After a successful Italian GP, which saw the Williams Martini team secure a double points scoring finish, the Williams team now moves to the Marina Bay circuit for the 2018 Singapore GP. This circuit could not be any more diffrent to the previous race at Monza with the circuit been more like Monaco. Both team drivers are looking forward to this race with Sergey Sirotkin to run on this new circuit while Lance Stroll has good memories having finished 8th in 2017. Again the Williams team is hoping to continue the positive momentum that it achieved in Italy with another points scorigng result.
Italian GP: Double points finish for Williams Martini
The results of the 2018 Italian Grand Prix would see the Williams team finish with Lance Stroll coming home in tenth. Team-mate Sergey Sirotkin was one place behind in eleventh but had been close to finishing in the points all race. But after the race was concluded the Renault team would protest the legality of the Hass of Grosjean. After an investigation the stewards would announce that Grosjean's Haas was disqualified from the Italian Grand Prix after his car was found not to be in compliance with the regulations. As a result of this disqualification it elevated Sergey Sirotkin to tenth position seeing the Williams driver score his first point of the season.
Italian GP: Williams Martini secures single point
The Williams Martini team would finally secure their second points scoring result of the 2018 season with a tenth place finish from Lance Stroll. Team-mate Sergey Sirotkin would finish in 11th in what was a race that saw both drivers run close to the top ten. Given their season so far it was a great performance from both Williams drivers to finish the race and keep fighting the whole race for a points scoring result. Even though the result was just a single point it still showed that progress is been made.
Italian GP: Williams Martini 10th & 12th in Qualifying
The Williams Martini team would produce their best result so far in the 2018 season with qualifying for the 2018 Italian GP seeing the Williams dirvers finish in 10th and 12th. Both drivers would make it into the second period of qualifying but it would be Lance Stroll who would progress to the final period. After a single run Lance would finish 10th but he was just 0.1 ahead of team-mate Sergey in 12th. A massive turn around for the Williams team after the difficulties seen in the previous races. Now it is down to both drivers to secure a points scoring result from Sunday's race.
Italian GP: Encouraging FP3 for Williams Martini
The final practice session for the 2018 Italian GP would see the Williams Martini team produce an encouraging result with their drivers finishing in 14th and 15th. Both drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll would have several runs on the supersoft tyre and in their qualification simulation they were able to produce an improved result based on their previous races. The chances of one or both cars making it into Q2 for qualifying are looking promising but they will have to get their runs just perfect.
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