Williams Week – 14th June 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

“Rumours we’ve given George Russell a seat are correct.”

‘It’s true: We’ve given George Russell a seat’ – Aston Martin F1 team

“While all other cars followed the [Safety Car] into the pit lane, [Latifi] ignored the instruction, stayed on the straight and passed the scene of the recovery.”

Latifi given three penalty points for “dangerous” error after Verstappen crash

“It has been a pleasure to take on the role of team principal following the departure of the Williams family from the sport” – Simon Roberts

Williams announces exit of F1 team principal Roberts

“Yeah nothing I could have done there, I got the message to stay out so it was just a miscommunication” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi explains Safety Car confusion that saw him hit with 30 second penalty in Baku

“I genuinely believe that Formula One is the epitome of Agile” – Graeme Hackland

Agile management, agile leadership: The secret of making better decisions, faster

“I had a gearbox issue. I was just coming to the line and then no drive, no power”

Russell explains why he didn’t take Baku restart

“So there were a lot of discussions that went on that got more serious than I thought they would” – Jeff Gordon

NASCAR ace Jeff Gordon reveals how close he really got to F1 switch

“For me personally, I think he would be a big loss” – Dave Robson

Russell would be ‘massive loss’ to Williams

Capito, after 100 days in charge, formulated the first stage of his long-term plan which focused on restructuring the technical department.

How Capito plans to reshape Williams after first 100 days in charge, as Roberts leaves the team

“I think the big test will be the next three or four events I guess.” – Dave Robson

Williams tweaks bargeboards to reduce wind sensitivity problem

“That is the target. If we end this season point-less – I would not have seen this season as a failure.” – George Russell

No points wouldn’t make 2021 F1 season a failure

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