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Brazilian GP: Mixed up race for ROKiT Williams
The 2019 Brazilian GP would turn out to be a race dominated by two Safety Car periods that would allow the ROKiT Williams drivers the opportunity to take advantage of them. The results would see George Russell finish in 12th after having been able to under the Safety car close the gap to the cars in front and in the dying stages of the race fight with those cars around him. For Team-mate Robert Kubica his race was more of s struggle having had good pace early but would suffer a five second penalty for an unsafe release as well as struggling on the hard tyres. He would finish in 16th. Despite not really been in contention for points it was great to see the team work towards getting the best possible result.
Brazilian GP: ROKiT Williams Qualifying as expected
Qualifying for the 2019 Brazilian GP would produce a result that was very much as expected for the ROKiT Williams Team. Their drivers would be slowest with George Russell again finishing ahead of team-mate Robert Kubica. Both drivers would suffer from the usual issues with tyres but despite this both George and Robert would be pleased with their efforts given the lack of pace from their cars. Unfortunately Sunday's race is not going to see the conditions such that they will be able to race the drivers in front so it is going to be a long afternoon.
Brazilian GP: FP2 a difficult session for ROKiT Williams
The second Friday practice session for the 2019 Brazilian GP could not have been anymore different for the ROKiT Williams team with one driver crashing and the other suffering from a poor handling car. For Robert Kubica his session would end in the barrier without having even set a time. A combination of factors would see Robert spin at Turn 3 and head into the barriers extensively damaging his car. As for George Russell his session would see him struggle with handling issues with his car seeing him slowest. George would come on to his radio saying the understeer at Turn 13 was atrocious.
Brazilian GP: Productive FP1 for ROKiT Williams
The opening Friday practice session for the 2019 Brazilian GP would see the ROKiT Williams team complete their session without incident but would have to cope with mixed conditions ranging from rain at the start of the session through to a drying track. Nicholas Latifi would complete his final practice session run finishing behind his team-mate. George Russell would put in an impressive time that would see him finish 11th of the sixteen drivers who set times. Despite the difficult conditions it could still be viewed as a productive session for the team as they continue to work on developments for their 2020 car.
Brazilian GP: ROKiT Williams Grand Prix Preview
The ROKiT Williams Team makes the journey to Brazil for the penultimate round of the 2019 F1 championship, the Brazilian GP. This weekend will again see Nicholas Latifi drive in the opening Friday practice session, this time taking over Robert Kubica's car. The team will be bringing several test items to assess as part of their preparations for the 2020 season. For George Russell and Robert Kubica this is a circuit that both have had experience with and both are looking forward to driving there again.
United States GP: ROKiT Williams struggled for pace
In what was one of the more difficult races for the ROKiT Williams team the 2019 United States GP would see their drivers struggle for pace and with the end of the race George Russell would finish in 17th and team-mate Robert Kubica would have retired in his pit with a hydraulic leak. Not the race that the team would have wanted to have seen given that the owners of their major sponsor ROKiT were at the track watching.
United States GP: Tough qualifying for ROKiT Williams
Even though the ROKiT Williams team worked hard on maximising their qualifying the results would see George Russell and Robert Kubica finish in 18th and 20th positions. It came down to a circuit which the team knew would not suit their car but at least oth drivers would come away happy with their laps. Hopefully the team is expecting a more competitive performance in Sunday's race aiming to take the fight to the likes of Haas and Alfa Romeo.
United States GP: FP2 Positions unchanged for ROKiT Williams
The second Friday practice session for the 2019 United States Grand Prix would see the ROKiT Williams teams positions in the order remain unchanged with the pair again slowest. George Russell had returned and would finish ahead of team-mate Robert Kubica by 0.5s. Both drivers would work through their usual Friday programme with soft tyre runs followed by longer runs. Both drivers would again use the 2020 development Pirelli tyre.
United States GP: FP1 a mixed session for ROKiT Williams
The opening Friday practice session for the 2019 United States GP would see the ROKiT Williams team suffer another mixed session with only Robert Kubica been able to complete any significant laps while for Nicholas Latifi his run was cut short by a gearbox issues that saw him forced to pit and would only cojmplete seven laps during the session. The team would confirnm that the gearbox would have to be changed, at no peanlty, which would be done prior to George Russell's return to use his car in FP2. As for Robert again his times were a considerable margin away from the cars in front.
United States GP: ROKiT Williams Grand Prix Preview
In what is a back to back race the ROKiT Williams team moves to the Circuit of the Americas for the 2019 United States GP. Robert Kubica and Grorge Russell will again be joined by Nicholas Latifi who will again drive in FP1. All three drivers are really looking forward to the weekend which will also see Pirelli give the teams opportunity to further test their 2020 tyres.
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