Williams Week – 22nd April 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“It’s a public entity that must report at the end of the year, and all they have to do is make a profit, which they have done. So they are fine” – Jacques Villeneuve

Jacques Villeneuve Launches Another Scathing Attack on Williams F1

The pure-electric Type 130 is expected to be fitted with electric motor and battery tech developed in partnership with the Williams F1 team’s Advanced Engineering division.

Lotus teases £1m+ ‘Type 130’ electric hypercar at Shanghai Motor Show

Aston Martin’s all-electric vehicle brand, Lagonda, has revealed its first all-electric car, the Rapide E. Co-developed with the Williams F1 team, the Rapide E was unveiled at the 2019 Auto Shanghai.

Aston Martin’s Rapide E Makes Its Debut At Auto Shanghai 2019

Russia’s biggest news agency Tass reports: “The main shareholder of the company Uralkali, Dmitry Mazepin, is negotiating the purchase of the formula one team Williams.”

Russian billionaire eyes Williams buyout

“The information that appeared in the media is untrue. Uralkali did not hold any negotiations regarding the purchase of the Williams team.”

Mazepin not in talks to buy Williams, says company

“Now I just have to believe in the team to do their thing: the designers, the aerodynamicists, to go out and try to achieve something.” – George Russell

Williams must develop at ‘triple rate’ to catch F1 rivals

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