British GP: Race sees positive result for Williams Racing
The results from the 2020 Britsih GP would see the Williams Racing Team again finish out of the points but despite this it was a race filled with so many positives with George Russell finishing in 12th and Nicholas Latifi 15th. Both Williams drivers would get the best out of what is still a far from competitive FW43. But even so both drivers showed a level of competitiveness which has them seriously challenging the likes of Haas and Alfa Romeo. With the enxt race again at Silverstone they again have an opportunity to acheive a better result.
British GP: Mixed qualifying for Williams Racing
Qualifying for the 2020 British GP would see the Williams Racing Team have a mixed session with one driver making it into the second period with George Russell while team-mate Nicholas Latifi would suffer a spin as he started his second soft tyre run in the opening period. George was able to run in the second period and would finish in 14th. Nicholas would finish in 20th. But for George there was an issue with him been called in front of the Race Stewards for possibly failing to slow for a yellow flag which had come out as a result of his team-mates spin. At the time of writing no announcement had been made about any possible penalty for Russell.
British GP: FP3 far more positive for Williams Racing
The results of the final Saturday practice session for the 2020 British GP would see the Williams Racing Team drivers finish in 16th and 20th. Unsurprisingly George Russell was ahead of team-mate Nicholas Latifi. Both drivers would complete two soft tyre runs as they prepared for qualifying. Neither driver would have any issues and despite finishing outside the top fifteen it was still a posiitve session with the pair now matching the performances of other teams, a very big change from 2019.
British GP: FP2 Uncertain results for Williams Racing
The results of the second Friday practice session for the 2020 Britsh GP would see the Williams Racing Team see their drivers finish in 17th and 20th. George Russell would finish ahead of team-mate Nicholas Latifi with both drivers completing soft tyre runs prior to moving on to longer runs with teh drivers splitting their tyre evalations of the hard and mdium tyres. It was very much a session that produced uncertain results as the team based on comments from George may have been focusing on their race performances.
British GP: FP1 a session with issues for Williams Racing
The opening Friday practice for the 2020 British GP would be somewhat of an inconclusive one for both Williams racing drivers. It was a hard session to judge in terms of the performances of the Williams pair with unfortunately both were having their own issues. George Russell would finish in 17th and Nicholas Latifi 19th. Both drivers would have soft tyre runs but the later part of the session would see them complete longers runs on the medioum and hard tyre. George would complete a session that would see him on the radio to his engineer complaining about various things from understeer at Turn six through to balance issues in Turn seven and issues with a bump at Turn 16. A lot for the team to work through prior to FP2.
British GP: Williams Racing Grand Prix Preview
The Williams Racing Team returns to the Silverstone circuit for the 2020 British GP, the home race of the Williams team. The team will race again the following weekend at the same circuit for the 70th Anniversery GP. The team has made progress with its FW43 but this race will again see pushing hard to make further progress, including bringing updates for both cars for this race. Both George Russell and Nicholas Latifi are looking forward to this race but are realistic enough to be cautious about their prospects. But regardless they will continue to aim for that first points of the season.
Hungarian GP: Williams Best of Saturdays Worst of Sunday's
For the Williams Racing Team the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix would see the team have one of their most difficult races of the season so far with both George Russell and Nicholas Latifi having their own separate issues that would see them finish last in 18th and 19th positions. The race would start to go wrong when George would struggle at the start, in comparison to Nicholas who made a fantastic start, while several laps into the race it would go wrong for Nicholas would suufer a puncture as a result of his right rear wheel making contact with the front wing of another car resulting in a puncture and a spin at Turn one followed by a very slow return to his pit. After this issues in regard to strategy calls and damage to Nicholas's car would see both Williams cars struggle for the rest of the race. A race of the most difficult kind for all at Williams.
Hungarian GP: Williams Racing great qualifying performance
Qualifying for the 2020 Hungarian GP would see the Williams Racing Team produce one of their best performances of recent times with the team seeing George Russell and Nicholas Latifi finish in 12th and 15th. They may not seem like the highest of grid positions but it was the way they achieved them was fantastic. The opening period would see George and Nicholas both able to move into the secoind period of qualifying. An achievement that the team has not seen for quite some time. George would be ninth at the end of the first period which was a great achievement. Overall such a great performance for all at the Williams Racing Team.
Hungarian GP: Mixed result for Williams Racing in FP3
The final Saturday practice session for the 2020 Hungarian GP would see the Williams Racing Team finish the session with a mixed result. George Russell would finish the session in 14th just 0.3 off tenth place after some impressive runs during the session. For Nicholas Latifi his session would see him finish 20th and last but his session would be more difficult having to cope with a spin and then returning to his pit not returning for any further runs. Next is qualifying and the prospects are very much open for the Williams Team.
Hungarian GP: Limited running for Williams Racing in FP3
The second Friday practice session for the 2020 Hungarian GP would see the Williams Racing Team faced with wet conditions throughout the session such that both George Russell and Nicholas Latifi despite having runs on the full wet and intermediate tyre would not set a time in the session. With further rain reported for the rest of the weekend it appeared to be very much a case of saving tyres as well as limiting the mileage on their engines in a session that would be less than productive.