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Russell feared late failure due to extreme vibrations

George Russell says he feared a part of his Williams FW43 due to the vibrations being put through the car by worsening tyres at Formula 1’s 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. Williams was embroiled in the backmarker battle with Alfa Romeo and Haas throughout the weekend at Silverstone, with Russell qualifying 15th on the grid. Williams made an early stop, switching from Mediums to Hards on lap 8 of 52, before taking on more Hards on lap 24. But Russell was forced into a third stop on lap 39 and eventually came home 18th. Related Posts Video: Mercedes' Ron Meadows explains the Pit Wall August 11, 2020 Nissany to get first FP1 run at Spanish GP August 11, 2020 “It was very, very tricky,...
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