Williams Week – 16th November 2015

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

“The battery was never designed to run at 39 degrees ambient temperature. So we’re already past that operating window” – Gary Ekerold – Williams’s programme leader
Williams rejects Formula E battery criticism after Putrajaya issues

“We always encourage every single person at Williams to innovate, and we do that through enablement” – Clare Williams
Williams Formula 1 team remove ‘bureaucracy’ to drive innovation

Canadian Lance Stroll has secured a testing role with Williams next year – BBC Sport
Lance Stroll to test for Williams in 2016

“Brian has been the pivotal person at Williams in terms of the use of composite materials and production techniques, and we feel that it’s a very fitting reflection of all that he’s done to be recognised in this manner.” – Ed Wood, Chief Designer
Outstanding Contribution to the Composites Industry

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Williams F1 – a top-tier racing team since 1977 – deployed nine appliances to give its engineers quicker access to large, race-critical data sets and manage compute and storage at the virtual machine level.
Accelerating innovation

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