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Mercedes chief explains how Russell handled 'big step'

Article To news overview © XPBimages Mercedes strategy chief James Vowles has detailed how George Russell met the targets the team set for him following his promotion from Williams. A Mercedes young driver, Russell was placed at Williams from 2019-2021, until boss Toto Wolff decided to promote him for 2022 to the senior team to partner Lewis Hamilton. In a trying session for the eight-time champions, the main highlight was Russell claiming a maiden Grand Prix win in Brazil as he finished fourth in the standings, two places higher than Hamilton who recorded his worst ever result with sixth. Despite this, Vowles has explained how exactly 2018 Formula 2 champion Russell impressed the team....
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