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Williams was ‘best it's ever felt' at Russian GP

Although he left Russia without a point, Nicholas Latifi says his Williams 'felt the best it's ever felt' in his two years with the team. The Canadian started Sunday's grand prix P18 on the grid after incurring an engine penalty for taking his fourth PU of the campaign. With that penalty in mind, Latifi didn't take part in Q2 on Saturday and afterwards declared that 'Q3 was definitely on the cards when I'd seen what I did in Q1, no question about that'. His good feeling with his FW43B continued in the grand prix, but given the struggles that several drivers had in overtaking on the day, he found himself stuck behind Nikita Mazepin. Latifi would later retire from the race with a hydraulic...
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