Williams Week – 20th April 2020 – The Week in Review

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

After an eye-catching first season for Williams in 2001, highlighted by victory at Monza but ultimately let down by poor reliability and inconsistency, the Colombian driver made vast improvements in 2002 but was ultimately powerless to stop Schumacher and Ferrari from dominating.

The greatest drivers never crowned F1 world champions

In many ways he was thus the last person you’d expect to drive for Williams, where neither Frank nor right-hand-man Patrick Head could ever be accused of mollycoddling anyone.

What if Jean Alesi had gone to Williams and not Ferrari?

The Williams was launched in 1993, the same year Alain Prost clinched the Formula One world title for Williams-Renault.

Renault Clio Williams number 0001: hot hatch icon driven

“Frank called me up and said, ‘Would you like to drive? You can do 20 laps at Le Castellet [Paul Ricard]'” – Jochen Mass

When a retired F1 veteran tried Williams’ active car

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