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Nicholas Latifi blames F1 exit partly on external factors

Nicholas Latifi has accepted Williams’ decision not to retain him going into next year, but he would like to stay on the grid if possible. Latifi finished runner-up to Nyck de Vries in the 2019 Formula 2 Championship, and he earned himself a seat with Williams alongside George Russell for 2020. The Canadian scored his first points at the Hungarian Grand Prix last year, which were quickly followed at the bizarre race in Belgium. After Russell’s promotion to Mercedes, Latifi was joined by Alex Albon, who returned after a year out of the sport following his departure from Red Bull. READ: Williams boss makes claim about Abu Dhabi controversy and Nicholas Latifi The Thai-British driver has...
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