Williams Week – 16th December 2019 – The Week in Review

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

Raikkonen approached the Williams team for a seat. However, he followed it up saying that things turned around quickly when he talked to Lotus.

Kimi Raikkonen Reveals He was Very Close to Signing for Williams in 2012 For F1 Return

“I think from some point of view, the engineering side, it’s regressive really, unfortunately. But ultimately motorsport has become far too expensive. And the difference between the top teams and the teams lower down is too big. We need to have more teams racing together.” – Patrick Head

“Regressive” ’21 F1 rules needed to reduce inequality

“My story of the last half of the season has been that of getting overtaken by Robert on the first lap, not making good enough starts, not being aggressive enough, then having stronger pace and struggling to overtake him before overtaking him at the mid-point of the race” – George Russell

Russell reveals one area where Kubica had an edge in 2019

“I think two bad years doesn’t define a team’s legacy, doesn’t define what they’re capable of. So I have complete faith from what I’ve seen so far working in the team that people will get on top of the problem’s and hopefully be back to a more representative order.” – Nicholas Latifi

Two bad years doesn’t define what Williams is capable of

“We have undergone considerable transformation in the team in the past 14 months, that we are seeing the dividends of that work starting to pay off now” – Claire Williams

Williams starting to reap dividends of team’s ‘transformation’

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