Williams Week – 20th March 2017

The Williams Week

A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:

“His footnote in F1 history will forever be as the first driver for Williams Grand Prix Engineering, but he arguably deserved a longer and more fruitful career at the pinnacle of the sport.”
First Williams F1 driver Neve dies aged 67

“We’re really, really pleased as a team with what he’s done. He had a little bit of a time of it [in the first week] but for us at least it was absolutely nothing that we didn’t expect. He’s getting into these bigger cars, they are definitely in places more difficult to drive and this is all part of the learning curve.” – Rob Smedley
Stroll progress exceeding Williams expectations

“I’ve always had a deep respect for Williams – my first team in Formula 1. It is a huge honour to return in this leadership position and to have the opportunity to become a shareholder. I am extremely motivated to play my part in bringing success back to the team.” – Paddy Lowe
Mercedes’ Paddy Lowe joins Williams as chief technical officer

“Hugely embarrassing” – Susie Wolff
Oops! Former Williams F1 reserve Susie Wolff loses drivers license in U.K.

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