The pair got into a discussion about their racing machines during an interview with F1’s official YouTube channel.
“Williams,” Albon replied, which would suit Russell, being an ex-driver of the team.
Norris, the only one of the three to have never driven for Williams, joked that he might be ‘missing out’.
Albon then chimed in with a comment that may surprise many Formula 1 fans, given the differences in race pace between Williams and McLaren at present.
“We’ve [Albon and Norris] discussed this in detail,” said the Thai. “I think our cars aren’t as far away as you might think in terms of driving.
Albon has picked up all of Williams’ 21 points this season, while Norris is enjoying some stellar form at a resurgent McLaren, who have finished on the podium at the last two Grand Prix.