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‘Something not quite right': Latifi blames the car for his woeful pace

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi does not understand why the pace of the car has been so poor in the last few rounds, and is keen to find some solutions. Having been comprehensively out-performed by team-mate Alex Albon in the opening five rounds of the season, but seemed to be more on top of his Williams in Spain, finishing ahead of the Thai-Briton for the first time this year. Despite a mistake on the formation lap in Monaco, the Canadian was in front of Albon again before the 26-year-old retired with a mechanical issue, but the last two rounds in Baku and his home race in Montreal have not been kind to him. READ: Nikita Mazepin ready for F1 return as he rules out IndyCar He ended as the...
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