A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:
Pictures from the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix:
On-track, former F1 racer Karun Chandhok thrilled the fans with a handful of demonstration laps in an ex-Keke Rosberg Williams FW08C.
1992 F1 champion Mansell and Walker mark 50th Thruxton anniversary
“Everything went very well at the test [in Barcelona] and it’s nice to know they’ve given me another chance and trusted in me.” – Oliver Rowland
Rowland to drive in Hungary test for Williams
Stroll was a breath of fresh air on Tuesday, taking time to answer several questions in English and French as well as posing for photos and signing autographs for fans in attendance.
Lance Stroll relives his youth at Montreal go-kart track
“We’re not talking about a contract yet, but we think Lance has lived up to our expectations so far and we do not like to separate from drivers without good reason.” – Claire Williams
Williams hints Stroll will stay in 2019
Supplying the battery packs until 2023 will be Williams Advanced Engineering — an off-shoot of the Williams F1 team
World Rallycross Championship will go all-electric in 2020
“When it comes to security, the job is never done. Our endpoint security and our cloud security is demonstrably robust now, through our partnerships since 2014 with the likes of Thales, Symantec, Cisco and Dtex Systems, but we want to move faster in the next 12 months while maintaining resilience in a world where absolute security is not realistic.” – Graeme Hackland
BYOD for mobile ‘a year away’ for Williams F1