Albon: Williams "won't really stand a chance" in next F1 races

Albon: Williams "won't really stand a chance" in next F1 races
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Albon: Williams "won't really stand a chance" in next F1 races

The Williams team performed as expected in the Italian Grand Prix, showing their strength on the fast straights and Albon successfully held off Norris to finish seventh due to their car’s superior top speed. Williams has been consistently performing well recently, nearly doubling their points tally in two races and securing a 10-point lead in seventh place. With Alfa Romeo and Haas struggling, Williams looks well-positioned to maintain their position until the end of the season. However, Albon cautioned that Williams still lacks downforce, which may pose challenges in upcoming races like Brazil. Despite this, the team remains optimistic about their recent progress, particularly with their aerodynamic upgrade, making some of the upcoming races less challenging than expected at the start of the year. Albon believes that the team still has weaknesses, particularly in hot and high-degradation conditions, but is determined to continue working towards improvement as the season progresses.

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Source: Motorsport.com

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