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F1: Williams F1, F1 2020, F1 news, Claire Williams, Roy Nissany

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Williams say they have set “very ambitious targets” for 2020 as the famous F1 team look to recover after the most disappointing season in their history – and are eager to show just how much progress they’ve made.

The Grove outfit, with nine constructor championships and seven drivers’, are one of the most successful F1 teams of all-time but have endured a desperate two-year slump, consecutively finishing bottom of the standings and scoring only one point in 2019, when they also suffered the embarrassment of missing the first two days of pre-season testing.

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F1 Tuscan Grand Prix 2020, Mugello crash video, analysis, results, Daniel Ricciardo, standings, next race

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The Tuscan Grand Prix might have finished with two Mercedes drivers on the top of the podium, but the race was anything but predictable.

Here’s what we learned on an action packed day at Mugello.

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Italy GP: Rage, drama & exits

Italy GP: Rage, drama & exits

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F1 2020, Mugello, Tuscan Grand Prix crash video, red flags

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Only 12 cars made it to the end of the first ever Formula One race at Mugello as red flags were called upon on two separate occasions.

The madness started from the opening lap as Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly both crashed out on turn two after the latter collided with Kimi Raikkonen. Raikkonen subsequently rear ended Verstappen who in turn was pushed into the path of Romain Grosjean. The Red Bull racer finished his race stuck in the gravel trap.

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F1 race restart MADNESS!

F1 race restart MADNESS!

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F1 live, Tuscan GP live, starting positions, race start, Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo

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Lewis Hamilton claimed a record-increasing 95th pole position on Saturday when he outpaced Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to seize the prime grid position in qualifying for Sunday’s inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix.

It was the series leader and six-time champion’s seventh pole in eight races this year as Mercedes continued their dominant run to nine poles out of nine this season with an eighth consecutive front row lockout.

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“It’s been a really tough weekend, if I’m honest,” said Hamilton. “Firstly, this track is phenomenal — it’s a really challenging circuit and you saw Valtteri was quicker than me all day yesterday and even this morning.

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