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

The Williams Week 2021

The Williams Week 2021

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

“This is the car we have, we will not develop it any more. We stopped development two weeks ago, we chose to concentrate on next year’s car.” – FX Demaison

Why Williams’ new technical director is aiming to beat his schoolmate

“Russell is certainly worth considering with the performances he is now showing at Williams” – Helmut Marko

Red Bull F1 move for Russell “worth considering”

“I also feel like I have many, many years still left in me. I enjoy racing, I love racing, I love F1, so it’s definitely not time to go to other other forms of motor sport in the coming years. If that wasn’t the case, that I wouldn’t continue with Mercedes, of course I would look at other options.” – Valtteri Bottas

George Russell in line for Mercedes seat — but Bottas won’t leave F1 quietly

“I am in constant touch with Mercedes” – George Russell

Rumors of Impending George Russell Move to Mercedes F1 Are Heating Up

“If everybody’s conservative then it gives an opportunity for the one who’s going to put a bit more out there” – George Russell

‘You have to go for it’ – Russell on why the first F1 Sprint is a great opportunity for Williams

“George has got nearly 50 races under his belt now, so he’s ready for it.” – Mark Webber

George Russell expected to partner Lewis Hamilton in 2022, says Mark Webber

With fresh impetus and without the burden of designing an all-new chassis, Williams actually made some swift progress in putting the issue behind it

How Williams has tamed its peaky F1 car

“I am convinced that I still belong in Formula 1, not because I would offer myself for nothing but because the performance would be right” – Nico Hulkenberg

Hulkenberg eyeing Haas, Williams for F1 comeback

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