Williams Week – 22nd March 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

Williams might not be completely stable right now, either. OK, financially they are, but new ownership has led to changes in management – including Capito’s arrival and Button being asked to get involved – and these things can take time to gel.

SEASON PREVIEW: The hopes and fears for every Williams fan in 2021

At long last, he’d done it, wrapping up the season and adding another title to the Hill legacy.

Classic motorsport moment: Damon Hill wins the ’96 F1 title

From a self-confessed underinvestment in IT, to having three-quarters of critical apps in the cloud, Williams Racing F1 has evolved at pace since CIO Graeme Hackland joined in 2014

Williams puts data in pole position

“Whether you can keep him or not also depends a lot on what offers he has. And also how we work with him now and how he sees the development of the car for 2022.” – Jost Capito

Can Williams F1 Keep George Russell?: “Depends a Lot on What Offers He Has”

“What was very interesting for me was I qualified second, which was my best qualifying ever – I think previously it was 12th – and I was disappointed not to be on pole” – George Russell

Sakhir performance gives me more confidence for 2021

It’s perhaps unfortunate that the switch to a red scheme coincided with a decline in fortunes for Williams, having been continuously at the sharp end of the grid.

Williams’ red F1 liveries: In defence of the Winfield era

“They [Dorilton] expect the team to be more competitive” – Jost Capito

Williams deny setting timeline for revival

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