Russell drove for Williams on Tuesday at the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test before taking over from Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, which retains close ties to its former junior driver.
An improvement in the final hour of the test allowed Russell to set a 1m29.029s, leapfrogging Racing Point’s Sergio Perez by just 0.066s.
However, Russell’s work was delayed by what Mercedes described as a “small …Keep reading

Although Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas ultimately finished one-two after Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc had an engine issue, the Maranello cars had superior pace all weekend.
Allison admitted that Mercedes was fortunate to emerge with so many points, and made it clear that the team wants to make a big enough step that it can win on merit.
“A huge result for us,” Allison said in a Mercedes …Keep reading