The Canadian has been on the grid since 2020 with him making his debut during the pandemic-hit campaign and in that time he’s worked hard with the Grove-based team to try and help them climb the grid.
Ultimately, it’s been a tough period for him, though there were highs like a points-scoring finish at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and he also has a strong following on social media among fans of the sport.
As the news begins to filter through that he is leaving the team, meanwhile, attention will quickly turn to who will replace him at Williams for next season.
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