Williams Week – 11th April 2022 – The Week in Review

“[It] is a courageous compound choice from Pirelli, with the C2 and C3 compounds being the prime and option as they were in Jeddah, but C5 being the qualifying compound in Melbourne. This may place significantly different demands on the car set-up for qualifying and the race, but with no opportunity to change the set-up on Saturday night, this compromise could be crucial.” – Dave Robson

Williams says Pirelli’s tire choices for F1 Australian GP are ‘courageous’

Graeme Hackland, who joined Williams as IT Director eight years ago, has spent 25 years in F1 including at Lotus and is moving on. That leaves what he described this week as a “great opportunity to step into an IT leadership role in a Formula 1 team!” adding that “there’s only 10 people in the world doing this job.”

As F1 company Williams Racing’s CIO Graeme Hackland steps down, a new Job of the Week

“I’ve seen the video so it’s very clear from my side who is at fault” – Nicholas Latifi

Fault is “Very Clear” After Q1 Crash

The stewards therefore disqualified the Thai driver from the results of qualifying – although he will be allowed to start Sunday’s race at Albert Park.

Albon disqualified from Australian GP qualifying over fuel irregularity

“It just got better and better and by the end of it, it felt like qualifying laps for the last 25 laps of the race” – Alex Albon

Qualifying F1 laps in final stint secured shock point

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