Williams Week – 21st February 2022 – The Week in Review

“Having their name on the side of our car is a personal highlight for me, as my nickname for 30 years has been Duracell – because I never run out of energy. I am very much looking forward to our work together.” – Jost Capito

Williams signs deal with Duracell ahead of 2022 F1 livery unveil

If Williams can give him the tools, I’m pretty sure he will be a good replacement for Russell.

Can Albon rebuild his F1 reputation at Williams? Our verdict

“As we move into the new era of our sport, the FW44 highlights the transition to the future, as well as acknowledging the timeless qualities that make us who we are.” – Jost Capito

Williams reveal striking blue 2022 livery for their FW44 challenger

The FW44, which hopefully will go as well as it looks, represents yet another highly particular interpretation of the new regulations.

Williams forge their own path with FW44 design

“I think we came from very much from a family business to a well-structured engineering company.” – Jost Capito

Williams F1 no longer family business after “critical changes”

The wing itself is likely a placeholder used to shake the car down, as it’s lacking some of the detail we’ve seen on some of the other cars that have been released so far.

What sets the Williams FW44 apart from F1 2022 rivals so far

“They both need to be leaders because they have their team in the garage and they have to have the capability to work at an even bigger team, and there I say both have these leadership capabilities. If they work together then we should make progress this year.” – Jost Capito

Williams don’t need leader, drivers must ‘work together’

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