Williams Week – 21st October 2019 – The Week in Review

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

Early in the race he told the team the braking performance was “atrocious”, and the team tried a series of settings changes to improve them.

‘We can’t continue with these brakes, I was ready to retire’ Russell warned Williams

“It should give better performance in the current car, but should unlock potential for next year’s car.” – Robert Kubica

New Williams front wing should unlock potential for 2020

With the help of Williams F1, Howard Spooner, an entrepreneur from Marlborough, developed a telemetric device to fit in a shoe which can relay all sorts of interesting data, including stride pattern and length, speed and any asymmetry to a trainer’s phone.

Why no hi-tech horseshoe? They have been almost perfect since the end of the 19th century

“I really understand now that I need to find something to get me away from F1, to relax, to take my mind off it. I’m still yet to find that but it will probably end up being golf.” – George Russell

Russell ‘not doing enough to relax’ beyond F1

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