Williams Week – 15th April 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“Nobody realises in the outside world but the people who will make a difference to my career moving forward, they know exactly how my performance is and they are keeping a close eye on that. They are pleased with that and that’s great for me.” – George Russell

George Russell adamant Williams’s plight won’t damage his F1 career

“To think that innovations from the team here at Williams Advanced Engineering can deliver enhanced, lighter protection for the armed forces is a great feeling for us. We look forward to working with Dstl and DASA to enable deployment of our technology by service personnel for their protection.”

Williams creates F1-inspired tech for lightweight military shelters

“But I don’t think it’s a question of a week or two, it’s a question of months and, anyway, he can give us extremely good input but, still, he cannot do things by himself. As always, it’s a group, a team work, but he can definitively be someone who will push the people who have control over what’s going on.” – Robert Kubica

‘Big racer’ Patrick Head returns to F1 paddock with Williams in China

“Williams is in a terrible situation. Just to think that quite recently they were on Ferrari’s level, and now they are at the very back of the grid.” – Bernie Ecclestone

Ecclestone ‘concerned’ over struggling Williams F1 team

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