It's back to Baku as the 2022 Formula One World Championship enters Round 8 for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, and to keep up on how Williams Racing are doing, click on 'Newsfeed' (above) during the event.
Ever since its first F1 appearance in 2016, the streets of Azerbaijan's capital have provided memorable – and chaotic – moments from the 6.003km of public road that make up the Baku City Circuit.
The final sector is flat out for 2.2km, and we clocked Valtteri Bottas' FW38 hitting 378km/h (234.9mph) back in 2016. Could the new 2022 cars reach even higher speeds?
Alex Albon put in a faultless drive to finish P12 while Nicholas Latifi did his best to recover from an early penalty to end up in P15.
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Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2022
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