Williams Week – 14th August 2023 – The Week in Review

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

“When we talk about five years, there’s good reason behind it. It depends on where you are, what journey you have to do in front of you, what infrastructure you have to put in place.” – James Vowles

Williams F1 success is still a five-year project, says Vowles

“I think he’s a very skilful driver, there’s no doubt about that. I think what we have seen over the last year or so is him really develop into a proper team leader.” – Dave Robson

Robson highlights areas ‘very skilful’ Albon has improved upon this season

“Anything you do that lends them to realise that the numbers are fictitious will give you a short-term gain for a long-term massive deficit, including a loss of a driver.” – James Vowles

Driver honesty best way of getting new F1 talent

“Over the last few rounds, I feel like I’m much closer. I feel like I’ve seen really good progression as of late and that’s the most important thing.” – Logan Sargeant

Sargeant “not where I want to be” after mixed first half of F1 2023

“This lawsuit will bring to light what we contend are false public statements made by Dorilton and Williams about Schwarz and her company that we believe have been done in a calculated effort to avoid both contractual obligations and to put pressure on Schwarz to stay quiet and not defend herself.”

Williams embroiled in $100m legal battle involving fraud and adultery claims

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