Former Formula 1 driver Nicholas Latifi has stepped away from racing at the age of 28 and will begin studying for a business degree next month.
Williams’ commercial director dismissed suggestions the team is in a financially weaker position having lost the funding that came with Nicholas Latifi.
The first of RaceFans’ driver rankings articles for the 2022 season sees the driver deemed the worst performer of the season. No surprises for guessing who occupies the bottom sport.
Nicholas Latifi had a change of team mate for 2022 but remained firmly under the cosh at Williams, and was shown the door at the end of the year.
Max Verstappen put in another peerless performance but others impressed too. For the final time in 2022, here are RaceFans’ driver ratings.
Two drivers left Interlagos having achieved something that they had never done before. in their F1 careers. Here’s RaceFans’ in-depth ratings of the full field.
A relatively uneventful Mexican Grand Prix was a race of strategy, but some drivers did better than others. Here are RaceFans’ driver ratings.
There were some outstanding performances through the field in Austin – particularly from the four world champions. Here are RaceFans’ driver ratings for the US Grand Prix.
A rain-shortened race at Suzuka tested drivers’ skills more than most races this year despite it being half the length. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Japanese Grand Prix.
A delighted Nicholas Latifi scored his first points of the season in the Japanese Grand Prix after he successfully gambled on making an early switch to intermediate tyres.
Nicholas Latifi says the Singapore Grand Prix stewards should have invited him to explain his collision with Zhou Guanyu last weekend before penalising him for it.
Zhou Guanyu says Nicholas Latifi should pay more attention to his mirrors after the pair’s collision yesterday which put both drivers out of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Nicholas Latifi has been given a five-place grid penalty for the next race after the stewards held him responsible for a collision with Zhou Guanyu.
Nicholas Latifi’s Formula 1 career appears to be over as Williams have confirmed they will not retain the driver for the 2023 F1 season.
Nicholas Latifi says his spin during the Belgian Grand Prix, which led to Valtteri Bottas’s retirement from the race, was triggered by tyre marbles left on the track from other series.
Nicholas Latifi has been regularly out-paced and out-performed by Williams’ new arrival Alexander Albon so far in 2022.
Nicholas Latifi went fastest overall in a wet third practice session at the Hungaroring after beating Charles Leclerc’s quickest time in the final seconds.
Alexander Albon will be the only Williams driver to run their new upgrade package this weekend and next, says his team mate.
Nicholas Latifi isn’t convinced his Williams chassis is capable of performing in the same way as that of his team mate Alexander Albon.
In the round-up: Latifi insists he will finish 2022 F1 season • Midfield teams’ next upgrades crucial – Gasly • Drugovich prepared to play it safe in title bid