A roundup of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:
[I]n China, Williams suddenly took a step forward in the power stakes — perhaps in a bid to give the works team a buffer between it and the chasing Ferraris.
Mercedes helped Williams catch Ferrari?
“I think one of the biggest changes that I have seen in Felipe over the last year-and-a-half is not only where he has got his head to – so he’s very comfortable with himself and with his surroundings now – but I think technically how he is managing the tyres is really, really impressive,” said Smedley.
Williams’s Massa driving at his best-ever level in F1 – Smedley
— ROKiT WILLIAMS RACING (@WilliamsRacing) April 16, 2015
“At our first winter test in Jerez this year, I arrived and found that the trucks were at the bottom end of the pit and I went mad,” he said. “Because that showed a lack of a winning mentality. They positioned the trucks at the bottom of the pit lane, but we are not at the bottom, we are third in the pit lane and we should be proud of it.” – Pat Symonds
Pat Symonds lifts the Williams F1 team out of the pits
“I don’t know what he did to be honest but he lost his braking point in corner four, lap four, and he hit my diffuser. It broke a good part of my diffuser and from that lap until the end of the race I had no rear stability on my rear.” – Felipe Massa
Felipe Massa says Pastor Maldonado ruined his Bahrain GP charge