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BREAKING: Nicholas Latifi to drive for Williams in 2020!

Nicholas Latifi will drive for Williams next season, replacing the outgoing Robert Kubica. The Canadian has been Williams' reserve driver in 2019 and always looked likely for a seat, with Kubica announcing he would be leaving the team a few weeks back. Latifi currently sits second in Formula 2 ahead of this weekend's season finale in Abu Dhabi, where he will be looking to fight off challengers to confirm his position, with Nyck de Vries already taking the title. Read more BREAKING: Kubica to leave Williams at end of the season! The 24-year old has driven in Friday practice multiple times for the team this year and will partner George Russell in 2020. Team principal Claire Williams...
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