Russell not pleased with Romain Grosjean

23-09-2019 15:21 | Updated: 23-09-2019 15:58
by Tom Mason
General
Russell not pleased with Romain Grosjean

Williams' George Russell feels that Romain Grosjean should take the full blame for the incident which forced Russel to retire from the race. The retirement was the first of Russell's career and the first for a Williams driver this season.

The whole race didn't go well for Russell with him being forced to pit after just one lap following the loss of his front wing after a clash with Renault's Daniel Ricciardo.

The clash with Grosjean happened on lap 34 before the Frenchman went onto record an impressive P11 finish.

“He said that I didn’t leave him any room, but I’ve see the video and I did, "Russell said.

“He said sorry but not exactly admitting it was his fault. He’s not going to say it was his fault.

"But it was my corner, I had the inside line at the apex and on the exit so it was his to give up, and he didn’t.

"I don’t know what he was thinking, but it’s not the first time something’s happened like that with Romain.”

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