Williams Week – 23rd November 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“It was a Williams-built car at the time, a Williams F1 test, and that’s one of the main reasons I went that route.” – Dean Stoneman

The story behind one of junior single-seaters’ greatest comebacks

“Definitely the hardest conditions I’ve had to drive in my life, not just F1, just staying on track. A lot to learn, irrespective of how bad the qualifying was for me, how bad the race was for me, I definitely feel a better driver for it.” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi explains how dealing with ‘undriveable’ Turkey conditions will make him and Williams ‘better off’

“Well it all depends how next season goes.” – Toto Wolff

Russell not guaranteed Merc seat, ‘depends how 2021 goes’

“As fantastic as it is getting a pat on the back and praise from these guys, I’ve got to back that up with the job that I do on-track.” – George Russell

Praise from Hamilton, Alonso appreciated but only “background noise”

“If George wouldn’t have been in Williams, that would have been a little bit annoying.” – Toto Wolff

Wolff always felt “pretty relaxed” about Russell’s F1 future

“It has been a crazy, crazy month to say the least. Mentally, it has been a roller coaster, but that’s what Formula 1 is about.” – George Russell

Russell admits uncertainty over Williams drive was ‘unsettling’

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