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Williams explain why Russell and Kubica dropped out during the Russian GP

George Russell went into the barriers under the safety car in Russia. It initially seemed to be a problem with the brakes. Soon after, Robert Kubica was told to come into the garage to retire from the race. The team have since added an explanation.  "We found an issue with the wheel nut retainer on George’s car, which led to the front-right wheel not sitting perfectly," said Dave Robson, Williams Senior Race Engineer.  “This caused a lock-up under braking. The design is very mature and well-proven. The remaining inventory will be inspected thoroughly, and we do not anticipate a repeat of the issue. Unfortunately, we were forced to retire Robert’s...
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