The Williams team is set to follow the status quo and is believed it will retain its existing driver line-up into the next season, according to the latest paddock reports.
Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport is claiming that the team appears satisfied with the results achieved by its long-term protege Nico Hülkenberg and the veteran Rubens Barrichello.
Having endured a trying season to-date with its unimpressive FW32 chassis, team owner Sir Frank Williams is rumoured to have admitted: “Without Rubens, we would be nowhere.”
High praise indeed!
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