Lando Norris, George Russell: 'It's cool to have Alex Albon back'

Lando Norris and George Russell both spoke about their pleasure at seeing their long-time friend and rival Alex Albon get a seat at Williams for 2022. The Red Bull reserve driver has taken the seat which Russell will vacate at the end of the year, as he makes the move

George Russell on Mercedes F1 Saga: ‘Yes, I know where I’ll Be Driving Next Year’

Enough already! Just make the announcement! That’s probably what most Formula 1 race fans are saying today as the George Russell saga drags on. Will the 23-year-old Russell, in fact, be replacing Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes and become seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton’s teammate in 2022? Or, will Mercedes keep the

George Russell knows where he will be driving in 2022

George Russell was trying his best to keep all information guarded, but did divulge that he knows his team for 2022. The Mercedes-backed driver is in the final season of his three-year deal at Williams, and while the Grove outfit are not ruling out retaining his services, it is looking

George Russell will 'come back' to win title with Williams | Planet F1

Jost Capito has joked that he sees George Russell winning a World Championship for Mercedes – and then another with Williams. Given the way the rumour mill has been working, it would now be a surprise if anyone other than Russell was partnering Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes next year. Official

George Russell: 'Lewis is one of the cleanest, fairest racers out'

Following “certain allegations” by Red Bull, although it must be noted one can only surmise what was said, George Russell has defended Lewis Hamilton. As the fall-out from the British Grand Prix crash involving championship rivals Hamilton and Max Verstappen continued in the build up to the Hungarian GP, Red

George Russell 'out-qualifying the true pace of the car'

Qualifying his Williams P8 on Friday and yet leaving Silverstone without a single point, George Russell reckons he is “out-qualifying the true pace of the car”. Russell went from Mr. Saturday to Mr. Friday at the British Grand Prix, as Formula 1 trialled a new format with sprint qualifying. Russell

George Russell handed three-place grid penalty for Sainz contact

George Russell has been given a three-place grid penalty for Sunday’s British Grand Prix, after his first-lap contact with Carlos Sainz in sprint qualifying. The Williams driver locked up and tagged the rear-left tyre of the Ferrari heading into Brooklands on the first lap, making Sainz divert his route through

George Russell ‘wouldn’t say no’ if Red Bull called

George Russell reaffirmed his current loyalty towards Mercedes, but he would consider an offer from Red Bull if it came – or anyone else for that matter. The Briton is currently in the third and final season of his three-year deal at Williams, without doubt his strongest campaign so far

Rumors of Impending George Russell Move to Mercedes F1 Are Heating Up

Mercedes is poised to announce the signing of George Russell for 2022 and beyond, according to a growing number of Formula 1 pundits in Europe. British commentators Martin Brundle and David Croft, as well as 1996 F1 World Champion Damon Hill, all admit they are expecting the news to be

George Russell feels fortunate to have had 'brutal' experiences

George Russell feels fortunate to have had a number of setbacks in his Formula 1 career as they all make him mentally stronger. The Williams driver endured heartbreak last time out at the Styrian Grand Prix as, running in P8 and looking set to finally score his first points for