Williams Week – 12th October 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“This year it’s too late. We’ve only got four months to go and we’re pretty much set on where we are headed. But for next year, we are looking at what we can do and we now have the finances behind us to do that. But it’s not a given. We will only spend money and invest where it makes sense.” – Simon Roberts

New investment will allow Williams to operate ‘towards the cost cap’ in 2021

Most recently Stanford has been general manager at Williams Heritage, looking after a range of the company’s period Formula 1 cars but will now join United Autosports operation as a key part of its expanding historic racing set-up.

Former Williams F1 team manager takes historic racing role at United Autosports

“Apart from the fact it was only 60 minutes practice [yesterday], and it’ll be 90 in Imola, we were able to put what we were going to do at Imola largely into practice [at the Nurburgring]” – Dave Robson

Williams tried out Imola short-weekend plan at Eifel GP

“I raced against Luca for a good three or four years in my karting career;I didn’t really know that side of him, really; He was always pretty clean, and he was always a good driver, always at the front end of the grid. And I’ve never seen that side of him ever before.” – George Russell

Disgraced Karter Luca Corberi Was a Different Driver Back in the Day

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