Albon "made to look like an idiot" in Hungary, says Russell

Jake Boxall-Legge
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 has endured difficulties with a skittish RB16 at the Hungaroring, complaining of understeer during practice and eventually dropping out in the second part of qualifying. 

His teammate Max Verstappen got into the third part of qualifying, but only managed seventh, having been 1.4s off Sunday’s polesitter Lewis Hamilton. 

h other in various junior categories. 

 also battled with Charles Leclerc for dominance in the GP3 Series back in 2016. 

 been at the front and everything he's done. 

“And I don't know what the hell is going on. 

 I don't know what's going on but they need to sort out for him. 

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both Williams cars made it into Q2 for the first time since the 2018 Italian Grand Prix. 

 as both cars made it into the points. 

"Our aim was Q2 the Alfas and the Haas,” Russell explained.  

“And the car just came alive at the start of Q1 and got in a good groove, and gave it everything I had. 

“It's actually annoying, two weeks in a row to miss Q3 by a such a small margin!  

“I'd prefer to be a bit further away because it feels a bit frustrating as such - but yeah, I’m really pleased.”