Williams Week – 25th May 2020 – The Week in Review

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

Eight long years of turmoil, tragedy, of missed and wasted opportunity, of false starts and disappointment – the same length of time as the current drought – preceded what was Frank Williams’s last chance to really make his F1 ambitions stick as he’d always belligerently believed they would.

The genesis of an F1 great (Paywall)

“It made me think how to get a bit more out of it [the car]. I hope I can make him regret giving me that advice one day” – George Russell

Hamilton gave me crucial racing advice – and I want to make him regret it, jokes Russell
Happy Birthday Jamie Chadwick

What Chase and Liberty should do is recognize their shortcomings and in everyone’s interests appoint a new chief executive with the relevant skill set and experience to deal with the challenges ahead.

In the Pitlane: DC to the rescue

Sir Frank Williams (founder of Williams F1) found a clever solution. When was asked for permission, he would always ask the same question: “Will it make the car go faster?” In case of a positive answer, he would approve the request. Over time, people stopped asking for his permission as they would already know the answer.

Put Your Business In The Fast Lane By Running It Like A Race Team

“I still have a very good relationship with Williams and I do not hide that I would like to come back.” – Sirotkin

Sirotkin eyes return to Williams

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