Williams Week – 1st April 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“Formula 1 should be the pinnacle of racing, it’s the premier class. This is not good for the sport if someone with a disability can participate. At least not in Formula 1, maybe in other classes.”

Kubica return to F1 sends out the wrong signal

After talking of her embarrassment at seeing the team arriving so late, she had to correct herself mid-interview: “Clearly we know the main culprits … not the main culprits, but the main elements to why we are delayed.”

How did a great team like Williams produce a fundamentally flawed F1 car?

“I can push the car in different ways and if I compromise a set of tyres because I’ve made a big mistake, obviously it’s not ideal, but at the end of the day it’s not going to make a drastic difference to our overall result. “

Russell pushing Williams experiments to find FW42 potential

“We can confirm that Sir Patrick Head is currently offering some support to our engineering team on a short-term consultancy basis.”

Legendary engineer Patrick Head returns to Williams as consultant

“My goal is to help them get back to where they want to be. It is a three-year minimum. We have a three year with an option for another two. It is a tough time, but they will comeback. It is all cyclical. Look how long Ferrari took to win their next grand prix. I can give Williams some stability.”

F1 strugglers Williams given long-term backing by title sponsors Rokit

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