Nicholas Latifi feels his season truly started at the French Grand Prix, where he received the upgraded Williams FW44.

Williams rolled out a heavily modified FW44 back at Silverstone, though at that time, only Alex Albon was behind the wheel of it, with Latifi still using the original version of the challenger.

Latifi finally received the upgrades in France, though did not get the chance to put them to full use.

The Canadian felt that progression to Q2 was coming before encountering problems with the FW44, as well as having to deal with a crooked steering wheel. Latifi then was left as the slowest driver in Q1.

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