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Nicholas Latifi, F1 driver

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Canadian
29 June 1995 (27)
Harry Schell (29 June 1921)

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7th (2021 Hungarian Grand Prix)
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9 (0.1 points per race avg)
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2020 Austrian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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, 2021, 2022,

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season teammate
2020 George Russell
Jack Aitken
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2021 George Russell
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2022 Alexander Albon
Nyck de Vries
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Both men spun when Schumacher ran into the Williams driver, and while both were initially able to continue, Latifi lost time in the pits for damage inspection, and later retired with an electrical issue.
Schumacher, who received a five-second penalty for causing a collision, finished his final race for Haas in 16th place.
"In general with these cars you don't really have a big overview of ...

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Latifi has two races remaining with Williams before ending his three-year stint at the team after announcing their split back in September.
The Canadian driver has always maintained that he is open to a number of possible racing options next year, but has been strongly linked with a potential switch to IndyCar.
2023 is set to be the first year since 2018 that Latifi has not enjoyed some kind ...

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Latifi, who finished runner-up in the 2019 Formula 2 championship, was told by Williams in September that this, his fourth season with the team, his third as a race driver, would also be his last.
Since then, there has been speculation linking the 27-year-old Canadian to various IndyCar drives, including the legendary Chip Ganassi Racing, which has yet to announce a replacement for Jimmie ...

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Outgoing Williams F1 driver Latifi is making his maiden appearance at Suzuka this weekend, but hit a bit of trouble during second practice when he turned too early for the final chicane.
Thus, Latifi turned onto the portion of track that is used for the west circuit layout of Suzuka, which turns right before the Casio Triangle and connects the track to Dunlop, cutting out the grand prix ...

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The pair collided early in the race when Latifi moved across on Zhou, with the contact ending the Alfa Romeo driver's race on the spot.
Latifi picked up a puncture and after making it back to the pits he was forced to retire with suspension damage.
The stewards reviewed the incident during the race and determined that Latifi had not left a car's width and was predominantly responsible for ...

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On lap 7 of a wet-to-dry race, Alfa Romeo driver Zhou attempted to find a way past Latifi in a battle for 18th when he tried to pass the Canadian around the outside of Turn 5.
But Latifi appeared to squeeze Zhou into the wall, with the contact between the pair wrecking the Alfa Romeo's front right corner, forcing the Chinese driver to retire from the race on the spot.
Latifi also hit the ...

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Williams and Latifi agreed to part ways at the end of the 2022 season, as the Canadian has been unable to show the continued progression from last season and is yet to trouble the scorers.
This brings an end to Latifi's time as a Williams race driver after three seasons, as the Grove outfit considers options to partner Alex Albon at the team for 2023.
Explaining Williams' decision, the ...

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As far back as late spring, when the first rumblings of Alpine's plan to place Oscar Piastri at Williams for next year were starting to emerge, the writing seemed to be on the wall for Latifi.
His on-track struggles meant there was not a huge amount to strengthen his case for keeping his drive at Williams next year, making Friday's confirmation his contract would not be extended an unsurprising ...

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Latifi made his F1 debut with Williams at the start of the 2020 season on a three-year contract, but struggled to match teammates George Russell and Alex Albon for form during his time at the team.
The Canadian's departure has been widely expected for a number of months, but Williams confirmed the news on Friday, revealing his contract will not be extended.
Williams said it will announce ...

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The Canadian driver has been outperformed by new teammate Alex Albon so far this season, with the Anglo-Thai driver 11-2 up on their qualifying head-to-head and 10-3 in front on their race head-to-head while he has also scored all of the team's points.
Latifi appeared to struggle to adapt to the new F1 cars and rules this year, but since a chassis change at the Silverstone round plus receiving ...

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The Canadian, who is fighting for a new contract to remain on the grid with the Grove team, surprisingly bolted to the top in the dying moments of a slippery FP3 to pip second practice pacesetter Leclerc.
Alex Albon, who had taken the flag moments before his Williams teammate, secured third ahead of his former Red Bull stablemate and defending champion Max Verstappen.
A downpour in the hour ...

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After seeing Williams debut its updated bodywork package on teammate Alex Albon's car at the British Grand Prix, Latifi finally got the new parts for the Paul Ricard race weekend.
The Canadian slumped to last place in qualifying on Saturday, lapping three tenths of a second slower than Albon, and he felt he should have "safely" made it through Q1 before "something just felt off" with his ...

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At Silverstone the Williams driver made it out of Q2 for the first time in his F1 career, but then had an off on his first flying lap in Q3.
Due to suspected damage he subsequently didn't log a flying lap time, and thus had to settle for 10th place.
Latifi's strong performance came after he has struggled to come to terms with the FW44 this year against a background of doubts about his ...

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Latifi has endured a difficult start to the 2022 season, recording a best finish of 14th in Miami to leave him at the foot of the drivers? standings with zero points.
Albon has led Williams? efforts so far this season, scoring points in Australia and Miami, as well as outqualifying Latifi for eight of the nine races.
It has left Latifi facing an uncertain future at Williams, with Alpine ...

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The Canadian received the penalty because a mechanic was still on the grid and made contact with the car after the 15-second signal before the formation lap.
The mechanic concerned, who was looking at his watch, initially walked away from the car after helping to push it forward.
However, he then turned around and briefly pushed on Latifi's front left wheel to move the car back again, before ...

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Latifi struggled to match the Mercedes bound George Russell during his first two seasons in F1, but in the first seven races of 2022 the Canadian also looked out of sorts compared to his new teammate Alex Albon, who joined the team after a year out of the category.
Latifi has yet to outqualify or outrace Albon this year, not helped by the fact that he's suffered several crashes along the ...

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As the Monaco track dried up, Sainz decided to stay out on wets until the track was ready for slicks, a strategy which gave him a great chance to grab a maiden win.
But a slow out-lap meant Sainz was overcut by Red Bull's Sergio Perez, who emerged out of the pits two second ahead of the Ferrari driver when the Mexican pitted one lap later to move from intermediates to slicks.
Immediately ...

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A tweet emerging from Canadian media following the inaugural Miami GP earlier this month claimed compatriot Latifi had been dropped in favour of Nyck de Vries.
Later that day, the statement was retracted and an apology issued to Latifi.
Asked what his reaction had been to the story, Latifi said: "On the report, when I see that, I just kind of laughed a little bit because obviously that was ...

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He's been overshadowed by new teammate Alex Albon, having found it harder to adapt to the new car than the former Red Bull man. He's also endured a series of accidents that have obliged the team to focus as much on replenishing spares as on readying updated parts.
It was all looking so much better for him last year. The Canadian gained some real momentum in the latter half of the season, often ...

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Stroll and Latifi crashed towards the end of Q1 at Albert Park on the run between Turn 5 and Turn 6, sparking a red flag.
Both drivers were on warm-up laps ahead of their final runs and had been exchanging the position. Latifi attempted to pass Stroll up the inside on the run to Turn 6, only for the Aston Martin driver to move to the right and for their cars to collide.
Both drivers were ...

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Latifi faced a barrage of abuse on social media platforms after his late crash in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix brought out a safety car, which ultimately led to a last-lap restart that decided the championship.
The Williams driver said in December he had faced death threats amid the abuse, and revealed this week he hired security for a public outing in London over Christmas due to ...

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Latifi released a statement nine days after the final race of the 2021 season calling out the abuse he had received on social media ?in the hope that this maybe sparks another conversation about online bullying and the drastic consequences it can have on people?.
The Canadian driver was inadvertently thrust into the stunning conclusion of the 2021 title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Max ...

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The Canadian believes that learning to focus on those qualities was the biggest lesson he took from the 2021 season.
Latifi showed clear signs of improvement during his second year with the Grove team, and was closer to teammate George Russell in qualifying.
He scored his first points with seventh in Hungary, finishing a place ahead of Russell, and followed up with ninth in the aborted ...

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The Canadian is coming off the back of an encouraging 2021 campaign, where he scored his first F1 points with top ten results in the Hungarian and Belgian Grands Prix.
However, his season did have some frustrating moments at times as he either failed to capitalise on strong pace or found himself overshadowed by then teammate George Russell.
Williams? heads of vehicle performance Dave ...

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The Williams driver crashed into the wall at Turn 14 with six laps remaining of the race at the Yas Marina circuit, resulting in a safety car that would help decide the championship.
Race director Michael Masi opted to resume the race with one lap remaining, during which Max Verstappen passed Lewis Hamilton to win both the race and the title.
In an open letter he posted to social media on ...

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