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about Nicholas Latifi

Nicholas Latifi (born 29 June 1995) is a Iranian-Canadian racing driver under contract to race for Williams in the 2020 Formula One World Championship.


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2020 George Russell
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Williams had a generally promising first test with the new FW43 in Barcelona last week, although Latifi lost valuable track time with a Mercedes engine issue on Friday.<br>The Canadian rookie acknowledged that the Grove team has made a significant step since its disastrous start to the 2019 season, but he cautioned that more work has to be done.<br>"There definitely some positive signs," he said ...

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Despite the British driver coming off the back of a campaign where he had the edge over teammate Robert Kubica, Russell thinks any expectations that he will easily do the same over Latifi are incorrect.<br>"You're only as good as your last race so it's a fresh start," explained the Williams driver.<br>"I think Nicholas is definitely very underrated, you know. He's incredibly prepared. And he's ...

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The Canadian, who replaces Robert Kubica in the Grove-based team's line-up, will sport the same number asused by former world champion Nico Rosberg when the German won his title with Mercedes in 2016.<br>Rosberg retired from F1 after winning the title, but his number was not available for the following two seasons, as per the sporting regulations.<br>"A driver's career in Formula 1 will be deemed ...

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Latifi, who has completed six FP1 sessions and three days of testing this year, has long been favourite for the drive.<br>He had to finish in the top five of this year’s FIA F2 championship in order to guarantee himself a superlicence, and he currently lies second with just the Abu Dhabi round to go and the required licence points secure. Latifi will be joined at Williams by George Russell, who ...

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Latifi joined Williams as reserve driver for 2019 and has taken part in three Friday practice sessions so far. <br>He is fighting for the Formula 2 title and is on course qualify for a superlicence as he has won four races and is currently second in the standings.<br>Latifi believes that testing for Force India and Williams, plus his Friday practice outings, has made him ready for F1 in 2020 and ...

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Latifi had a development role with Force India this season that involved three days of testing with the team and some Friday practice running. The Canadian, who finished ninth in F2 after struggling to adapt to the new car, will have an enhanced role with Williams. His switch to the team was expected following Force India's reincarnation as a new entry backed by a consortium led by Lance ...

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On Friday morning of the Canadian Grand Prix, Latifi drove the Mercedes-powered Force India normally devoted to Sergio Perez. After an installation lap, Latifi took to the track four times, completing runs of five, five, six and seven laps.He ended the session in 19th place with a time of 1:17.145.“I really enjoyed it. It was great to be on a short track like this and all 20 cars on ...

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Last week the McLaren Group announced an investment of more than £200million from Michael Latifi had made him the company’s first new shareholder since Ron Dennis left.That led to suggestions his F2 race-winning son Nicholas could be pushed into a role with McLaren, but the F1 team’s CEO Zak Brown has said this ...

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On Tuesday, the 21-year-old Toronto native completed 107 laps and clocked up 498 kilometres around the road course, site of the Spanish Grand Prix last weekend.The test was part of Latifi’s build up to his programme of Friday free practice outings with Force India, starting at next month’s Canadian Grand Prix on Montréal’s Gilles Villeneuve circuit.Latifi, the reserve and test driver ...

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The Indian team will participate in a two-day test, May 15 and 16 at Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona. Alongside the team’s normal testing duties, a second VJM11 will be run at the test in support of Pirelli’s 2018 tire testing programme and Latifi will bet behind the wheel of this car on the Wednesday.The test is the first opportunity for the FIA Formula 2 driver to work with the ...

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Latifi had been expected to get his first drive in the 2018 Force India on the final day of the first Barcelona test on Friday.However, he tweeted that a "serious infection put me in hospital last week and I'm no recovering at home".He added: "Aiming to be back on track in the next four weeks."Latifi will get further opportunities to drive the 2018 car in the young driver tests and ...

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The FP1 running, which will be the first time he has driven on a grand prix weekend, is one of a number of first practice sessions he will complete this year, alongside appearances in young driver tests."I've never raced or even driven at the track so this will be my first opportunity to experience an amazing circuit," he said."I'm super excited about driving the car in front of the ...

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The 22-year-old will take part in young driver test sessions and "a number of Friday practice sessions" as part of the role.Latifi finished fifth in last season's Formula 2 championship and held the role of test driver for Renault in 2016."Nicholas joins us off the back of a strong season in F2 and strengthens our driver development programme," said Force India team boss Vijay ...

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