Williams Week – 1st November 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

The Williams F1 development driver won Saturday’s first race to go 10 clear and on Sunday led every lap from pole position, with Powell finishing sixth.

Chadwick completes W Series title double

Bild claims a works VW team is unlikely, with the more probable solution being Audi power for Red Bull but possibly also the currently Mercedes-powered Williams.

Audi to Williams, Porsche to McLaren in 2026 – report

“(It’s) still the ultimate goal. Still a lot that I need to achieve before I can get there but it definitely feels a step closer after this weekend,” – Jamie Chadwick

Jamie Chadwick says F1 dream is closer than ever after winning second W Series title

The technical management of the team has steadily improved and this has continued under team boss Jost Capito’s recruitment of his former VW colleague Francois-Xavier Demaison as technical director

How Williams improved its FW43B: Giving the underdog its day (£)

“”And I think, in this position now, where we are in the championship, we’ve got this small buffer it’s allowing me to go out there and really push the limits.” – George Russell

Russell using Williams’ points cushion to “push the limits”

““And then the media said, yeah, I’m open door for Williams and I’m very happy and so honoured that the media think if I’m talking about a winning car, they mean the Williams.” – Jost Capito

Capito qualifies Mick can win with Williams comments

“We want to be world champion again. We are absolutely serious about it.” – Jost Capito

Williams’s 10-year plan to become F1 world champion again

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