Russell: Zero points for Williams wouldn't make 2021 F1 season a failure

Williams has not scored a point since the 2019 German Grand Prix, where it only ended up 10th with Robert Kubica after the Alfa Romeo cars were given post-race time addition penalties for clutch setting offences detected during the race start.
That year marked the lowest ebb of Williams’ slide to the very back of the F1 pecking order but, although it has improved its car performance relative …Keep reading

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