Williams Week – 13th June 2022 – The Week in Review


“I think Alex has done an exceptional job” – George Russell

He’s done an exceptional job’ – Russell says it’s ‘no surprise’ to see Albon flourishing at Williams

“The Cost Cap Administration confirms that, as of the date hereof, Williams has within the specified deadline remediated the Procedural Breach, paid the Financial Penalty, and bore the costs incurred by the Cost Cap Administration in connection with the preparation of the ABA.”

Williams F1 team fined for financial rules procedure breach

“Generally, I think still he is just still lacking a bit of confidence and just tuning the set-up to the tyres at each circuit to give him the confident he needs” – Dave Robson

Lack of confidence in the car behind Latifi F1 struggles

“He clearly has what he needs to be to be an absolute top-quality competition driver” – Dave Robson

Williams target new F1 driver earmarked as potential Lewis Hamilton replacement for Mercedes

“I am not going to compromise my career and the path it is taking in endurance to hang onto a thread of hope of getting to F1.” – Jack Aitken

Single-seaters “no longer a priority” for Williams F1 reserve Aitken

A pioneer in his field, Frank was the first person in the sport to use computer aided design and is the man to thank for bringing the Williams team’s active suspension to life.

Frank Dernie on 40 years at the forefront of Formula 1 innovation

“That seems to have already been signed in Monaco. I don’t know when they’re going to come out with it. That’s a strong rumour”

Aussie Oscar Piastri edging closer to mid-season F1 debut as rumours swirl

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