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Russell doesn't regret first season at Williams

George Russell has admitted that he doesn't regret his first year at Williams. The Brit is yet to score a point this season, while Williams have only collected one themselves through Robert Kubica. Russell has had the upper hand on his teammate in qualifying sessions, leading that race a remarkable 17-0. "I didn't know one hundred per cent what I could expect from the season," Russell said. Read more Jenson Button believes Verstappen is the fastest to ever drive in F1 "In any case, I am very happy with how it went. I would not have done anything else, because I learned a lot and precisely at the moments that I had a hard time." The 21-year-old is in his first season in...
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