Williams Week – 14th November 2022 – The Week in Review

“We did have some opportunities to do some sportscars, GTs, even a possible IndyCar seat. But the F3 thing was there, and it was the chance to stay in Europe.”

Deal he didn’t want was key to rise of Williams’s new F1 driver

“I think the only way I would consider a third driver role is if I saw a realistic way to return to the grid in Formula 1, which speaking honestly and bluntly, I don’t see to be the case” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi would only consider F1 reserve role if it offered path back to a seat

“Truthfully, the main thing I wanted, when I got back into F1, was to stay in F1” – Alex Albon

Albon feels ‘back in control on the limit’ after losing confidence at Red Bull

“The experience that Logan will get is invaluable, and giving him another opportunity is a good investment in his future” – Dave Robson

Williams makes unusual move in 2023 driver’s superlience quest
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“I believe we did quite a good off the track — how to develop the factory and the company, developing sponsorships — developing the commercial side of the business. Even on the track, we gained points where we close the gap quite a lot to the midfield teams. So I think we’re pretty happy where the season is going so far.” – Jost Capito

Steiner At Haas And Capito At Williams See F1 Business Opportunities Grow With U.S. Interest

“[he] needs to be sometimes a bit more hard with the team and push us a bit more. But we are working on this.” – FX Demaison

Albon told to be “harder” with his team to get the best out of them

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