Williams Week – 10th April 2023 – The Week in Review

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

If you were drawing up a list of the best-looking Formula One cars, Williams‘ FW11B would be passed over in an instant. Williams cars, despite their huge success over the last quarter-century, have always looked workmanlike, with colour schemes shorn of flair. But that doesn’t make them any less memorable.

Eleventh heaven — Williams’ greatest F1 car?

In addition to the team itself, the action names as defendants erstwhile deputy team principal Claire Williams, as well as former team executives Mike O’Driscoll – who served as CEO – and Doug Lafferty – who was chief financial officer.

Former sponsor ROKiT launches $149m claim against Williams F1 team

Williams are the latest team to follow the trend of super-drilled brake callipers. These were introduced on the FW45 in Melbourne and were raced by both Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant.

Williams become the latest team to adopt a tech trend that’s set to sweep the grid

“I’m incredibly excited to be joining Williams Racing. Formula 1 is on a massive growth trajectory and I’m happy to be a part of it” – Paul Asencio

Williams F1 team hires new commercial boss

As well as the work undertaken throughout 2022 and the winter on the FW45, Williams has kept up a decent upgrade push, which helped yield a particularly strong showing in pace terms in Australia last weekend.

The changes helping F1’s second most-improved team shine

“What happened with Alex is very difficult to explain when you first look at the data” – James Vowles

Williams explain cause of Alex Albon’s Australian GP-ending shunt

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