Williams Week – 24th October 2022 – The Week in Review


“I guess down the line I won’t even remember thinking about it like this, but at the same time, you always want to have the best opportunity to win it on track.” – Jamie Chadwick

Jamie Chadwick calls W Series title capture bigger anti-climax than Max Verstappen’s

“I’ve seen some of the emails between the Williams and Aston Martin comms teams, which have been quite amusing.” – Zak O’Sullivan

How Williams junior O’Sullivan is gearing up for his Aston Martin F1 test

“He probably could have driven for Williams or Haas is my guess.” – Zak Brown

Daniel Ricciardo “could have driven for Williams or Haas” says McLaren CEO Zak Brown

According to the report, Latifi would drive Chip Ganassi’s fourth car alongside Ericsson, Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi.

Is Nicholas Latifi set to make a switch to IndyCar for 2023?

I think he’s the favourite – American, Liberty [Media, F1’s owner] they are pretty keen on him.” – Mark Webber

Williams has a seat for 2023: ‘He’s the favourite’

“I was pretty shocked by how much power it had as well at the start, so something to get used to. And it was tricky out there.” – Logan Sargeant

Sargeant closes on Williams race seat with solid Austin F1 debut

“Follow the news and you might see something on Saturday” – Jost Capito

Williams boss teases 2023 F1 driver announcement

“We feel he’s ready to race and under the condition he has enough superlicence points after Abu Dhabi he will be our second driver next year” – Jost Capito

Sargeant gets 2023 Williams F1 seat subject to superlicence

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