George prepared for ‘exciting dynamic’ of Bahrain Grand Prix
George gears up for the final three races of the season as the Formula 1 paddock moves to a double-header at the Bahrain International Circuit beginning with the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The Brit prepares for his third visit to the Bahraini circuit where he previously competed at during both his rookie Formula 2 and F1 seasons.
The 5.4km track boasts greats overtaking opportunities as well as the tight, downhill off-camber left at Turn 10 as well as the fast run through Turn 12.
George will sit out of FP1 on Friday as reserve driver Roy Nissany takes his place ahead of the post-season test in Abu Dhabi.
George Russell – Williams Racing Driver
“I am really looking forward to these final three races, it has been a very intense season and it has absolutely flown by. Bahrain is a circuit that I always enjoy and is a race that takes place at dusk which is an exciting dynamic to experience again. There is plenty to look forward to and we want to end this season strong, to be satisfied and pleased with the job we have done before heading into the winter break and 2021.”
FP1 will take place at 11am GMT on Friday November 27.