Nicholas Latifi: limits, lessons + leaving F1
A chapter is closing, but Nicholas Latifi (No 6) is a Canadian-born, F1 driver contracted to Williams Racing in 2022. Read more on Nicholas on... is ready to open up. In three difficult F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... seasons, the Canadian has dealt with defeats, disappointment and being dropped by Williams Racing is one of Formula 1's longest-running and most successful teams. Founded in 1977 by Frank Williams and Patrick....
As he prepares to leave the sport at the end of 2022, Nicholas tells Tom Clarkson is an F1 reporter having joined the BBC team in 2013 (IMBd). He reported on F1 for BBC... about the challenges and frustrations he continues to face. In deep detail, he explains why he struggles to show his speed on the racetrack, how his ‘weaknesses’ behind the wheel have been ‘exposed’, and why he’s often unable to match the achievements of his teammates.
He’s quick to praise George Russell (No 63) is a English-born F1 driver contracted to Mercedes in 2022. Read up on George's stats on..., Alexander (Alex) Albon (No 23) is a British-born, Thai, F1 driver contracted to Williams Racing in 2022. See Alex's driver... and Nyck De Vries, his one-time teammate and former A second-tier single-seater, open wheeler series run by the FIA as a feeder category to assist developing drivers gain experience... championship rival, as well as his Williams team for supporting him. He Formula 1 runs two competitions over the course of the season, the Constructor's title and the Driver's title. Points are... to performances he’s proud of which sometimes passed unnoticed and remembers times he came close to impressive results.
Now, Nicholas is looking to his future. He reveals what’s driving his decision on where to continue his race.