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Williams ready for debut of softest compound: "could prove a tricky one".

This coming weekend, the Monaco GP is back on the programme for the first time since 2019. A highlight for many drivers, but also for people like Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance at Williams F1. Like Nicolas Latifi and George Russell, he is looking forward to the weekend in Monte Carlo, where Williams will run its 750th race. According to Robson, who looks ahead to the upcoming weekend on the Williams site, it's a good sign that F1 is returning to the street circuit. "Returning to the streets of Monte Carlo is a great moment in the season, and a sign that things are continuing to return to normal. Having not been here since 2019, we are desperate to get the cars out on to the...
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