Mercedes’ Trackside Engineering Director says George Russell is “one of those that you’d say no doubt he’ll win a championship at some point”.
After the Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes’ Trackside Engineering Director Andrew Shovlin was asked about George Russell’s performance, and he said the team believes George is a world champion in the making.
“He’s a hugely professional driver who’s working very, very hard,” the Briton said.
“And he’s one of those that you’d say no doubt he’ll win a championship at some point, providing we can give him a car that’s fit for that job.
“And we’re obviously working very hard to achieve that. But he’s very technical. He adapts well to different conditions.
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“All good drivers get better over time, they’re focused on looking for every opportunity to improve.
“And when he got pole here [at Spa] last year it was a surprise for us, because we didn’t have a good Friday. We did make some changes to the car, but he did a fantastic job in qualifying to get that.
“So, he’s super focused and no doubt that he’ll be part of much success for the team in the future,” Shovlin concluded.