A roundup of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:
The team used its first (mobile) application, a tyre optimisation app, at this weekend’s Grand Prix, Hackland said. This and future apps will help unlock data that engineers can analyse to make improvements to the F1 car, he said.
IT transformation to fuel Williams F1 racing success
Mercedes has hit back at claims it is not supplying the same specification of engine to its F1 customers.
Mercedes supplying same engine to Williams
“We have no doubts over the parity of the engines from Mercedes during the Australian Grand Prix,” Symonds told AUTOSPORT
Williams adamant it has engine parity with works Mercedes F1 team
“What I see is a huge change in mentality at Williams over the space of 12 months,” Smedley said. “It now believes it can outdevelop any other team. The windtunnel is doing a fantastic job with the amount of performance they are bringing to the car and the guys in mechanical design have done an immense job.”
Rob Smedley sure Williams F1 team can outdevelop any rivals