Williams Week – 23rd April 2018

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

I think it’s an obvious improvement in the pace, because we were at least able to somehow be in a group with people and not be completely lost, which is a good point.” – Sergey Sirotkin
‘Obvious improvement’ for Williams in China

“It pains me to say, but sometimes you have to look at the bigger picture for the sake of the sport” – Claire Williams
Williams warns F1: ‘We could close down’

“And that is the direction that it is regrettable that it has taken this long to accept. We have spent 15 years on the subject of cost saving, attacking the problem with some good outcomes.” – Paddy Lowe
F1 cost saving talk taken 15 years and with wrong approach

EDINBURGH software company Codeplay is set to play a crucial role in the development of driverless cars after a £2.1 million investment
Williams F1 team backs Edinburgh software firm to help develop driverless car

“The team at Williams delivered solid results last year and our 2017 financial performance reflects that continued progress” – Mike O’Driscoll
Williams group profit down in 2017 but F1 team increases earnings

“We are honoured to have been recognised by Her Majesty with this award for the industry-leading work of Williams Advanced Engineering in delivering a world-first that will light the way for future sustainable transport.”
Williams wins Queens Award for Formula E battery innovation

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