Williams Week – 10th May 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

“This new front wing versus last year’s front wing are very similar in performance” – George Russell

Why Williams is using last year’s F1 front wing

“It was probably the most difficult race we’ve had since 2019.” – George Russell

‘Race of survival’ hardest for Williams since 2019

Williams are already on their longest-ever point-less run, and yesterday’s result extended that to 30 races in a row.

Williams’ longest-ever point-less run reaches 30 races in a row

“As we continue to grow our commercial and marketing offering, his appointment reflects the positive momentum we are building both on and off the track.” – Jost Capito

Williams signs new commercial director from McLaren

“They’re new positions and they’re new groups of people that we’re trying to bring in to develop some new ways of working as part of the new owner’s plan to innovate and do things slightly differently as we look to push the way we develop the car next year and into the future.” – Dave Robson

Williams recruitment drive part of Dorilton’s “plan to innovate”

“A swap would bring more unrest into the team than it would help – because Hamilton probably wouldn’t be happy to have Russell as a team-mate either.” – Ralf Schumacher

Dumping Bottas for Russell ‘makes no sense’

“It wasn’t a plan. It wouldn’t have been a great thing to do.” – Simon Roberts

F1 car’s peaky downforce trait was not intended

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