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Portuguese GP: Still no points for Williams Racing
The 2020 Portuguese GP would see the Williams Racing Team again failt to secure any points in what was very much a race of differing fortunes for team drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latiifi. For George he would come away from the race with what was a extremely encouraging result sepite finishing in 14th. For Nichola Latifi his race was far more hard going finding himself just slipping backwards as the race progressed. Nicholas would finish in 18th. For Williams the race would see a great drive from George but just that bit of luck didn't go the teams way. But the take away from the race was the fact that they were legitimately fighting with other teams which was such a massive step forward.
Portuguese GP: As expected Williams Racing Qualifying
The results, based on their practice form, would see the qualifying results for the Williams Racing Team turn out pretty much as one would expect. George Russell was able to move in to Q2 and would finish in a respectable 14th. For Nicholas Latifi his difficult weeknd would continue finishing qualifying in 20th and last. It was made even more frustratuing for the Canadian as he felt that he could have found a better time from the car but traffic did not help. Now it was up to the team to try and make Sunday;s race a positive one as it has been very much the case of an encouraging Saturday only to be let down by a poor Sunday.
Portuguese GP: Mixed FP3 for Williams Racing
The final practice session for the 2020 Portuguese GP would see the Williams Racing Team come away with a bit of a mixed result. In what was a session where both Williams drivers would focus on the soft tyre George Russell would finish in 15th while team-mate Nicholas Latifi was 19th. Both drivers would have their own moments during the session with George having a moment that would see him flat spot his front tyres while Nicholas would have an issue with his seat getting quite hot. How qualifying is going to turn out could be a repeat of previous races with one driver in Q2 and the other not making ot past Q1.
Portuguese GP: Positive FP2 from Williams Racing
The second friday practice session for the 2020 Portuguese GP would see the Williams Racing Team come away with what was an improvement over their FP1 results. George Russell would finish the session in 11th while team-mate Nicholas Latifi was in 14th. George was able to set his time on the medium tyre but for Nicholas his was on the soft. But the session was impacted by two red flags which would limit the amount of track time the team could have in particular affecting their high fuel running as well as seeing several drivers who appeared to be out of position in terms of their times. George would come away from the session far happier than Nicholas who was still struggling finding a balance with his car.
Portuguese GP: Tough FP1 for Williams racing
The opening Friday practice of the 2020 Portuguese GP would be somewhat of a tough time for the Williams Racing Team. Their drivers would finish well down the times with George Russell 18th and Nicholas Latifi 20th and slowest. This was despite Nichoilas using the medium tyre and George on the hard for their final runs. The early part of the session would see the team carry out aero assessments with bioth drivers running aero rakes on their cars. Hopefully the team will be able to assess their FP1 data and come back improved for FP2.
Portuguese GP: Williams Racing Grand Prix Preview
The twelfth round of the 2020 Formula One season sees the Williams Racing Team move to the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve for the 2020 Portuguese GP. This is the first time that this track has held a Grand Prix making it very much an unknow track, one with significant undulations. But for both Williams drivers George Ruissell and Nicholas Latifi both are lucky in having been able to run at the track in other classes. But for the team it is a track where the team has no previous data making it a challenge.
Eifel GP: Race sees missed opportunity for Williams Racing
For Williams Racing the results of the 2020 Eifel GP would see a 14th place finish for Nicholas Latifi and a DNF for George Russell but the race could have seen a far different result with George Russell missing out on the opportunity to finish the race in possibly a points scoring position. George would be involved in an incident that saw Raikkonen crash into the side of his FW43 causing far too much damage for George to be able to continue. Up to this point George had been racing amongst cars that would ultimtaelty go onto finish in the points. For Nicholas his race would not see any incidents but the lack of pace from his car did not allow for him to gain from the opportunty presented whena Saefty Car was deployed late in the race.
Eifel GP: Another difficult qualifying for Williams Racing
Qualifying for the 2020 Eifel GP would be another difiicult and frustrating session for the Williams Racing Team. The session would see George Russell and Nicholas Latifi finish in 17th and 18th. The session was made even more frustrating by the fact that the FW43 had the pace to make it in Q2 but neither driver was able to put together a lap that wpuld achieve the required times.
Eifel GP: Disappointing FP3 for Williams Racing
After having seen all of Friday practice cancelled due to the weather conditions the Williams Racing Team would have just one hour session on Saturday in which to prepare for qualifying and the race. Both George Russell and Nicholas Latifi would compleet soft tyre runs as well as runs on the medium tyre as they assessed tyres both both qualifying and the race. The pair would finish the Saturday practice in 17th and 19th with George leading Nicholas, which was a disappointing result for the team.
Eifel GP: Williams Racing Grand Prix Preview
The Williams Racing Team moves to one of the most famous names in circuits the Nurburgring for the 2020 Eifel GP. It has been seven years since F1 had used this track. For Williams this race will see them push to continue their progress that they have made in the 2020 season. For team drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi it is a track where neither driver has run there in recent history. So this track will produce a challenging race which can be mad even more difficult by the variable weather.
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