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

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

Williams’ FW42 will sport a special tribute message at Silverstone next weekend honoring Sir Frank Williams’ 50th year at the helm of his own team.

Williams FW42 to pay tribute to Sir Frank at Silverstone

A Williams F1 car driven by Nigel Mansell in his 1992 Championship-winning season achieved a record price as part of Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed auction.

Nigel Mansell’s title-winning F1 car sets new auction record at Bonhams

“I would do everything in my power to keep George Russell at Williams. My ambition is that one day we will be able to provide George with a car where in steps, he can start competing at the top of the midfield, and then hopefully compete for podiums.” – Claire Williams

Russell is F1 world champion material

“I’m not sure that there’s anything massively, fundamentally wrong. I think we’re just behind the curve in the development line.” – Dave Robson

Williams says FW42 a good base for 2020 F1 car
1981 Williams FW07 for sale

Developers Williams Grand Prix Engineering have not specified how many bedrooms each of the houses will have, but do say 143 will be ‘market’ houses; 54 ‘social’ and 23 ‘intermediate’.

Grove Wick Farm: Williams plan 200 homes near Wantage

“He is getting his head down, doing what he needs to do and we’re trying to do everything that we can to give him a better car so that he can perform at the level that he wants to.” – Claire Williams

Williams F1 team dismisses talk of early Kubica departure

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