Williams will continue to run their rear wing despite both drivers suffering aerodynamic stalls during qualifying for the British Grand Prix.

Lance Stroll’s qualifying ended with his FW41 beached in the gravel at Silverstone while moments after Q1 was restarted Sergey Sirotkin spun off the track.

Williams put both drivers’ problems down to aerodynamics and specifically instability with the rear wing.

Despite that, the team will persist with the design as Chief Technical Officer Paddy Lowe says there is nothing “fundamentally” wrong with it.

“We put some new parts on the car and we did our normal evaluations to check we had all the stability we need on such parts,” said Lowe

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