Williams Week – 16th March 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“I’m really impatient and excited to see where we are. On the last day of testing, George (Russell) was doing Alfa Romeo’s times, but that doesn’t mean much.” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi hints Williams close to Alfa Romeo pace

The Grove team was the biggest winner of pre-season testing, up 1.3s faster than they were in Barcelona last year. Added to that they covered 737 laps compared to 2019’s 567.

Five bold predictions for the 2020 season

“George is such an instrumental part of this team, and I want to give him a car so he doesn’t look elsewhere. He has a long-term contract with us and I would expect to see him in a Williams car until that contract expires.” – Claire Williams

Williams F1 Back George Russell to Become World Champion Material

“There’s also the consideration around if we don’t go to races, then what happens with prize fund money? Does that then decrease, which obviously would be incredibly difficult to manage? And I suppose at the moment, we’re just hoping that that is not the case. ” -Claire Williams

Williams fears prize fund hit if F1 races lost

“From my point of view I would have gone ahead and done it anyway but you have to be sensible about the whole thing” – Alain Jones

‘It is a big blow for Aussie sport’: former F1 champion Jones on cancelled GP

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