George Russell called his United States Grand Prix a “long, lonely race” as his Williams struggled to fight in the midfield.

Details:

  • Russell finished the race in P14 after starting from the back of the grid.
  • The Williams driver recalled a good start but then he struggled to keep up with the midfield competitors.

What he said:

  • “We didn’t really have the pace this weekend to challenge for the points paying positions.”
  • “I made a good start and moved from P20 to P14 but was then struggling to keep Fernando [Alonso] and Sebastian [Vettel] behind me.”
  • “Once they were past it was a long, lonely race from then on. It was a tricky weekend overall but none of our rivals scored any points so it’s onwards to Mexico.”

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