Williams Week – 16th May 2022 – The Week in Review


“If you look at the whole weekend, I’d say this is much less surprising than Melbourne” – Alex Albon

Williams’s Miami GP ‘anomaly’ wasn’t its lucky points haul

“First proper race under green flag conditions, I was really happy I could get that one under our belt” – Jamie Chadwick

Britain’s Jamie Chadwick completes Miami double

Former Williams Formula 1 driver Sergey Sirotkin has been appointed the executive director of the Russian Automobile Federation.

Ex-F1 driver Sirotkin gets senior Russian governing body role

“It is interesting for every team to have a cooperation with a car manufacturer.” – Jost Capito

Jost Capito discusses rumours of Audi involvement with Williams

“We have contracts with both drivers and we respect them” – Jost Capito

Latifi mid-season sacking is out of the question

“It’s great for me to get to know the team and drive the FW44, and also to get myself out on track during a Formula 1 weekend.” – Nyck de Vries

De Vries to run in FP1 for Williams in Spanish GP

It’s a slightly quirky situation for de Vries. He will drive at Barcelona in place of the man who beat him to the Williams race seat, Alex Albon. But it’s the other seat that he presumably has the best chance of taking long-term.

Does de Vries/Williams FP1 deal increase chance of F1 move?
Ten years ago in 2012 Maldonado wins the Spanish Grand Prix

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