2020 Sakhir GP

George Russell reveals most high pressure moment while speaking to Harry Kane

George Russell has interestingly revealed his most “high-pressure situation” since having moved to Formula 1 in 2019, with the moment in particular having an interesting link to current Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Whilst Russell officially became a Mercedes driver at the start of 2022, the 25-year-old actually made his debut for the Silver Arrows at

George Russell at the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix - Formula1news.co.uk

Russell Says He Has Left ‘Bitter’ Mercedes Race In The Past

George Russell has said he has left the disappointment of the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix in the past. Russell stood in for Sir Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes that weekend, and after qualifying in P2, he took the lead of the grand prix and was in an excellent position to win it prior to the pit

George Russell leading Valtteri Bottas in a Mercedes at Bahrain - Formula1news.co.uk

Valtteri Bottas Was Too ‘Crap’ For George Russell Comparison

George Russell was immediately on the pace after jumping into Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes W11 in Bahrain last month, and he was set to win the Sakhir Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas. However, a combination of bad luck and a team mistake in the pits costed him victory, but many in the paddock were nevertheless

Daniel Ricciardo gives George Russell verdict - Formula1News.co.uk

Daniel Ricciardo Reveals If He Believes George Russell Is The ‘Real Deal’

George Russell’s standout performance in the penultimate race of the 2020 F1 season in Bahrain reignited the debate about to what extent Lewis Hamilton’s success in the turbo hybrid era of Formula One is down to Mercedes’ dominance. Some F1 fans argued that Russell’s ability to jump into the Mercedes W11 and immediately be on

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton 2020 - Formula1News.co.uk

Ex-F1 Racer Insists Verstappen In A Mercedes Would Beat Hamilton In A Red Bull

George Russell’s ability to match and even outperform Valtteri Bottas in equal machinery in the Sakhir Grand Prix unquestionably increased the young Brit’s stock in the F1 paddock, but it also raised questions about how Lewis Hamilton would fare against a stronger team-mate. According to ex-F1 driver Jan Lammers, Dutch ace Max Verstappen would “easily”

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