Williams Week – 17th August 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“Quite honestly, nobody wants to be criticising your fellow competitors. As much as this is a sport, and we’re all incredibly competitive against each other and [you] use everything within your armoury to beat your rivals, nobody every really wants this situation.” – Claire Williams

Williams explains position in Racing Point F1 case appeal

“We believe the FIA’s decision to seek the prohibition of extensive car copying for 2021 onwards addresses our most fundamental concern and reasserts the role and responsibility of a constructor within the sport, which is fundamental to Formula 1’s DNA and Williams core beliefs and principles.” – Claire Williams

Williams will not appeal Racing Point F1 brake duct decision

“Driving an FP1 for the first time is a huge milestone for every driver, yet for me, it is also a national achievement to be carrying the Israeli flag.” – Roy Nissany

Nissany gets first FP1 outing for Williams at F1 Spanish Grand Prix

“We chose to collaborate with Williams Advanced Engineering because of their proven experience in battery and powertrain solutions and unparalleled expertise in their application to sustainable and future technologies.”

eSkootr Championship™ Announces Pioneering Technical Partnership Supply Deal with Williams Advanced Engineering

A Formula One racing driver has succeeded in his battle to convert an office building in central Edinburgh into a high-spec home.

Formula One driver Paul di Resta takes chequered flag in planning battle (£££)

“We see in the data, we lose a lot of downforce, more than we should, and ultimately as a driver, you’re driving to that limit, but that limit is much lower.” – George Russell

Unstable Williams drains Russell’s confidence

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