Williams Week – 19th April 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

“The priority I guess in my whole time at Williams until Dorilton took over was keeping the team afloat, keeping people’s jobs alive, keeping the team alive, as opposed to trying to make the car go as fast as possible.” – George Russell

Williams can focus on performance instead of survival

“It’s a track where, if you make a mistake, you’re out. But that’s what racing should be about! I’ll look to try and rectify my mistake from last year with a good result this weekend.” – George Russell

Russell looking to make amends for ‘the biggest mistake of my career’ on return to Imola

“You don’t see a lot of crossover between F1 reserve drivers and GT racing, but if there’s a bit of snobbishness about it, I don’t have an issue with that.” – Jack Aitken

Williams F1 reserve Aitken making GT switch to broaden skillset
Capito on Williams changes and 2022 focus

Like the other teams using this solution, Williams also added a trio of fins next to the forward section of the cutout to help amplify the effect that it’s creating.

Ferrari and Williams join F1’s Z-shaped floor gang

“My relationship towards Lewis is the same as it is with a lot of the drivers up and down the paddock, which is completely fine.” – George Russell

Russell rubbishes rumour of rift with Hamilton after Sakhir

“I think ahead of the weekend I thought Q3 was maybe possible this weekend but I thought after all the practice sessions I thought… I’d be doing good to get out of Q1.” – George Russell

Williams duo reveal how close they were to missing out on team’s best qualifying result since 2018

“Tyres were a bit cold, I wasn’t fully concentrated. It contributed to a Pastor Maldonado moment!” – George Russell

Russell explains “Pastor Maldonado moment” in Imola F1 qualifying

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