Williams Week – 24th February 2020 – The Week in Review

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

The car’s livery has been significantly revised from the predominantly white and blue colour scheme from 2019 for the new season.

Williams unveils 2020 FW43 F1 challenger in revised livery

“The main concept behind the FW43 is that it is a continuous development of the FW42, with no fundamental concept changes to the layout.” – Doug McKiernan

No “fundamental” concept changes despite 2019 struggles

“From lap one, I had confidence to push the car to the limit, whereas last year, it wasn’t a nice feeling in the early laps.” – George Russell

New 2020 Williams “much better” to drive than 2019 F1 car

The Williams team got their pre-season test underway on time, with George Russell taking the Williams FW43 for a spin on day one in Barcelona.

New look Williams on track [Video]

“After the dramas of last year, it was great to see the car go out first. A huge amount of effort had gone into achieving that but that doesn’t win you any prizes. It was just another milestone on our journey to recovery and it returned a little bit of pride and dignity to the team.” – Claire Williams

Williams targeting Q2 and ‘pride’ in 2020

“Nicholas was back in the car today and we had a full programme planned for him. Unfortunately, during the morning we saw something in the data which gave us concern over the power unit. A subsequent investigation meant we couldn’t get back on track until late in the afternoon.” – Dave Robson

Sensor issue on Latifi’s car compromises Williams’ day

“My dream was always to go into F1 and I wanted to follow my passion for motorsport.”

Career gear change leads to job at ROKiT Williams Racing

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