Williams Week – 13th May 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“We have checked again our insurance policy and it is fully covered. Our legal department is talking to Williams’ legal department and they will be reimbursed in full.”

Williams to be compensated for Baku drain cover damage

“Now we’re looking to bring the upgrades that have literally been sitting on a shelf as we’ve cleared the backlog out of manufacturing.” – claire Williams

Williams begins F1 car upgrades for Spanish GP as “backlog” cleared

Not only was Russell the bright spot in a bruising Azerbaijan GP weekend for Williams, his arrival has been the one undeniable positive of a pretty miserable campaign so far.

The one shining light from Williams’s current pain (Paywall)

“For us, the most important fact is that in Williams’ car sits the only Polish driver in the history of Formula 1, Robert Kubica, whom we decided to accompany in his return to F1.”

Williams sponsor responds to Villeneuve comments

When Kubica talked of his “limitations” last year, he was not referring to his machinery but that has been by far the biggest problem in 2019. 

Robert Kubica’s F1 comeback is a great story, but has his return with wretched Williams been worth it?

“You make the assumption that we’re out in the marketplace looking for people, and you are maybe thinking that we’re looking for a whole load of people. We’re not. We’ve said all along it’s more about looking about looking at the structures and the processes that we have in-house.” – Claire Williams

Williams F1 team won’t chase new tech signing for its recovery

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