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

“The driver of Car 23 (Albon) will be transferred by helicopter to Coventry Hospital for precautionary checks.”

Albon taken to hospital after F1 British GP crash

“[It’s] not his fault. A shame for the team, because it’s definitely going to set the whole programme back” – Nicholas Latifi

Albon’s shunt will further delay Latifi’s Williams upgrade

“I hope this is not a flash. We’ll see after the coming sessions. But that’s what’s going to be needed.” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi has set level he must maintain to try to save F1 drive

Over 600 people attended the service, with many past Williams F1 drivers among the well-known names in attendance, including Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Jenson Button, Valtteri Bottas, Nick Heidfeld, Martin Brundle, Antonio Pizzonia and Jonathan Palmer.

F1 legends pay tribute to Sir Frank Williams

“Having damaged Alex’s car at the race start last weekend, coming straight into a sprint event is logistically difficult” – Dave Robson

Williams ‘able to repair’ Albon’s upgraded FW44 for Austria

Taking design cues from several other teams up and down the grid, Williams has abandoned its short, downwash-style sidepod solution for something much more conventional.

How Williams accommodated its switch in design F1 concept

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