Russell Exposes British GP Concerns as Rivals Close In

Russell Exposes British GP Concerns as Rivals Close In

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George Russell bagged a maiden British Grand Prix pole position in qualifying at Silverstone – the first non-Lewis Hamilton home pole since Damon Hill in 1996.

Pole-sitter George Russell narrowly avoided a disappointing elimination from the British Grand Prix qualifying due to the wet weather causing chaos. Despite the challenging conditions, Russell managed to secure pole position and lead a British 1-2-3 on the grid, the first such occurrence since 1968. Russell expressed relief at his performance, highlighting his confidence in the car’s capabilities during the difficult qualifying sessions. Looking ahead to the race, Russell acknowledged that he may be slightly behind competitors like Lando Norris and Max Verstappen but remained optimistic, especially considering the unpredictable weather forecast. Ultimately, he emphasized the importance of the race itself for scoring points and expressed readiness to compete for victory.

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