Williams Week – 13th April 2020 – The Week in Review

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

Drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi, and senior management, have taken a 20% pay cut from 1 April.

Coronavirus in F1: Williams & Racing Point drivers take pay cut as staff put on leave

Some names will immediately spring to mind, others less so. There are 16 driver names to get in total, consider our caps well and truly doffed if you are to get them all.

F1 Quiz: F1 race winners with Williams

Head joined the newly formed Williams team, which entered Formula 1 in 1977. The first car wasn’t bad, despite the lack of money in the team.

Behind the scenes at F1 – Who is Sir Patrick Head?

Jacques Villeneuve was first to set the time of 1:21.072. A further fourteen minutes after this, Schumacher posted an indistinguishable time. With nine minutes remaining, Frentzen crossed the line again with the time of 1:21.072.

F1 Throwback: Rarest of Rare Feat in Qualifying as Michael Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve Engage in a Controversial Battle

“The loan package provides us with the resources that we need moving forward.” – Claire Williams

Williams secures refinancing following sale of engineering division

“Does an organization like Williams have the right to be as fast as Mercedes or Ferrari? The answer is obviously no. Frankly, the way they have been working for a few years now, they’re not even in the same category.” – Jacques Villeneuve

Jacques Villeneuve vs Williams F1: What Led to the Team Banning Him From Entering Their Garage

“So it’s just incredible. Your body takes time to get used to those horses. I’m fully used to it now but it was mind-blowing.” – George Russell

Russell reveals physical strain of first F1 test

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