George Russell has already turned his attention to scoring his maiden Formula 1 victory after a sensational qualifying performance at Spa which will see him start the race on the front row.
The Williams driver missed out on pole by just 0.321 seconds to the far superior Red Bull of Max Verstappen but beat Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas – the latter whose seat he could take at the Silver Arrows next season.
It was Williams’ first front row start since Monza back in 2017 and after qualifying Russell was understandably lost for words.
“I don’t know what to say to be honest,” said Russell.
“I thought we had done a good job to get out of Q1 after how we got on yesterday and now we’re standing here on the front row.
“I think the guys did an amazing job today. We were on the track always at the right time. The car was feeling great, I had so much confidence so onto tomorrow now.”