Nicholas Latifi

Latifi admits Williams could soon fire him amid poor season

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi remains unfazed by the rumours surrounding his future in Formula 1, although he does concede that he has doubts over whether he will still be there next year. Latifi has been largely out-performed by team-mate Alex Albon at all nine races so far this season, and has failed to score a


Williams upgrades set to propel them to front of midfield battle

Williams are expected to arrive at their home British Grand Prix with upgrades that many anticipate will see their lap times in qualifying improve by a second. On average, Williams have been the slowest team in qualifying this season, with 16 eliminations in Q1 – five more than Aston Martin. Two points scores from Alex


Latifi suggests his car isn’t as ‘capable’ as Albon’s Williams

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi believes that his pace deficit to Alex Albon can, in part at least, be explained by the characteristics of the 2022 Williams cars. Latifi is yet to score this season, while Albon has twice managed to finish in the top 10 and, including the results of the Imola sprint which set


Watch: Latifi’s reaction to running over a groundhog

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi sounded audibly distressed after running down a groundhog during practice ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix. The race in Montreal has always been known for the presence of groundhogs, or marmots, who will frequently risk it all by venturing out onto the racetrack in front of passing cars, forcing drivers to

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