Williams Week – 21st October 2019 – The Week in Review

A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week: Early in the race he told the team the braking performance was “atrocious”, and the team tried a series of settings changes to improve them. ‘We can’t continue with these brakes, I was ready to retire’ Russell warned Williams “It should give better performance in the current […]

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Japanese Grand Prix 2019 – Practice

Dave Robson, Senior Race Engineer: The anticipated arrival of the Typhoon Hagibis, and consequent pre-emptive cancelling of Saturday’s running, meant that today was busier than normal. Teams were able to use tyres normally destined for FP3 today. Furthermore, with the FIA having clarified that the FP2 standings will be used to establish the grid in the event of qualifying being cancelled […]

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Russian Grand Prix 2019 – Race

Race Notes George Russell and Robert Kubica did not finish the Russian Grand Prix  The Brit started 17th and Robert 18th on the grid, both on the medium Pirelli tyre George’s race ended after locking-up and hitting the barrier, whilst Robert’s retirement was a team decision to conserve parts ahead of the upcoming races Dave Robson, Senior Race Engineer: Today was tough and deeply […]

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