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Williams lucky parts shortage did not arise earlier - Robert Kubica

Robert Kubica believes Williams has been “lucky” in 2019 that its “problem” over a lack of spare parts was masked by he and George Russell avoiding incidents for much of the season. Williams has endured a lacklustre season with its recalcitrant FW42 and has yet to escape Q1; Kubica scored its only point so far at a rain-hit German Grand Prix. Russell was involved in two incidents in Singapore in which the front-end of his car sustained damage, while he was eliminated in Russia when his car suffered a wheel nut retainer issue. Kubica was then retired from the race due to the team’s concern over an availability of parts for the remaining ‘flyaway’...
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