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Russell bracing for 'thrilling spectacle' at high-speed Jeddah

George Russell believes drivers and fans alike will experience a "thrilling spectacle" in Jeddah where the Williams charger will give it his all to honour the memory of the late Frank Williams who passed away last Sunday. The British outfit heads with a heavy heart to Saudi Arabia, a country whose investors played a pivotal role in Williams rise to success in F1 at the end of the 1970s and early 1980s. "Although an era ended last weekend, Frank’s legacy will live on and we will continue to race in the manner that he would expect, drawing upon his memory as a source of pride and inspiration," commented Dave Robson, Williams' head of vehicle performance. Williams has...
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