Nicholas Latifi was given a penalty point on his super licence for ignoring blue flags but said he tried to help the driver he held up.
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The stewards said a “lack of situational awareness” by Lance Stroll caused his collision with Nicholas Latifi, and gave him a grid drop plus penalty points.
Lance Stroll and Nicholas Latifi are under investigation after the pair collided in the final minutes of the first qualifying session.
Nicholas Latifi will get extra time in the Williams today after the team suffered a brake fire yesterday, but team principal Jost Capito is concerned about its effect on their start to the season.
Lewis Hamilton and George Russell came to the defence of Nicholas Latifi following the abuse he received over his role in the controversial end to last year’s world championship.
Nicholas Latifi wants to help organisations tackling online abuse after the vitriol he encountered on social media last year led him to hire personal security.
Lewis Hamilton sent Nicholas Latifi messages of support after the Williams driver received abuse and death threats over his Abu Dhabi Grand Prix crash.
Nicholas Latifi managed two points finishes for Williams but remained some way off the pace of team mate George Russell.
Mercedes-bound George Russell had the measure of his team mate again, but Nicholas Latifi’s season had its moments.
Nicholas Latifi has spoken out against the abuse he has received on social media, including death threats, over his role in the controversial restart which decided the outcome of the world championship in Abu Dhabi.
In the round-up: Latifi explains cause of crash which led to controversial restart • FIA “broke own rules” – Hamilton’s brother • Fittipaldi to substitute for Mazepin
Aston Martin laid the blame for Lance Stroll’s first corner tangle entirely at the feet of rival Nicholas Latifi.
Nicholas Latifi says the progress Williams has made this year means they should progress beyond Q1 every race weekend.
In the round-up: Latifi ‘pushing Russell very hard’ since Williams improved car • No “brand new chapter” in F1 for Briatore • Gasly first F1 driver to sell NFTs
In the round-up: Latifi deserved to keep his Williams seat – Russell ∙ Schumacher “wouldn’t be happy” with 2021 F2 calendar ∙ Stroll warned for yellow flag infringement
Alexander Albon will return to Formula 1 with Williams next year, the team has confirmed, while Nicholas Latifi remains for a third year.
Sergio Perez will start the Belgian Grand Prix from the pit lane after taking a new power unit for this weekend’s race.
In the round-up: Latifi would feel ‘comfortable’ in leadership role at Williams • Beckmann blames financial struggles for losing F2 seat to Fittipaldi • Vasseur hails departing Raikkonen
George Russell has largely dominated his team mate at Williams, but when the chance to finally score points appeared it was Nicholas Latifi who cashed in.