George Russell enjoyed a special race in having to drive flat out during every lap of the British Grand Prix for the struggling Williams team.
It was a tough day for the rookies with Lando Norris finishing highest of all the rookies in eleventh ahead of Alexander Albon in twelfth, whilst George Russell finished fourteenth with Antonio Giovinazzi retiring after twenty laps.
Lando Norris has admitted he believes that he achieved the maximum possible result at Silverstone; despite failing to score points on home soil.
The British Grand Prix was a bittersweet day for the Scuderia Ferrari team, with Charles Leclerc finishing on the podium and Sebastian Vettel ending up outside the points.
A lightning start wasn't enough to help Lance Stroll challenge for points at Silverstone, as the Canadian struggled to make his Hard tyres last the distance.
With ten laps to go in the 2019 British Grand Prix, Alexander Albon looked set to finish a fine eighth, but as an unusual power unit issue meant his tyres went off the performance cliff, the Thai-born British rookie dropped to twelfth by the finish.
Battles with his team-mate, being hit by Sergio Pérez, engine limp mode, and a late overtake for a world championship point; Nico Hülkenberg's 2019 British Grand Prix had a lot, despite finishing where he started.
Off the back of two poor races, Daniil Kvyat finally "clicked" with his Toro Rosso STR14 as he rose from seventeenth on the grid at Silverstone to finsih ninth and claim two well-deserved championship point.
Ferrari was not able to match the pace of Mercedes out front and found themselves struggling to get the best out of Pirelli's tyres during Sunday's British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Mercedes secured a seventh one-two finish of the season at Silverstone, with Toto Wolff feeling both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas drove well enough to earn the victory.
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