Williams Week – 12th March 2018

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

Pictures from the second week of 2018 testing:

“With all of us working together I believe that we will be able to help the team in the best way possible.” – Lance Stroll
Lance Stroll confident of being able to lead Williams F1 in 2018

“I have a year under my belt compared to Sergey but at the same time we’re all in it together. There’s not a lead driver and a second driver, it’s one team and we want to get the most out of the package that’s available.” – Lance Stroll
Stroll plays down lead Williams role for collective focus

“Contrary to comments made recently in the press, we refute any suggestion that we have questioned the parity of the power units provided by Mercedes-AMG HPP” – Claire Williams
Williams refutes claims of Mercedes engine parity gripe

“We’re doing a lot of experiments. The limitation in the car at the moment is corner entry instability. That’s quite often the limitation in the car to be honest, but it’s particularly exaggerated at the moment with what we’re running. If we can unlock some progress there, we will find a lot more lap time than we’ve got at the moment because some other aspects of the car are working really, really strongly through other phases of the corner.” – Paddy Lowe
Williams struggling to unlock potential

Raced by former F1 world champion, Alan Jones on four occasions, the Aussie drove it to win the 1979 Dutch Formula One Grand Prix. Beyond that though, the thing proved unreliable.
Buy Alan Jones’ Williams Grand Prix winning F1 car

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