Williams Week – 25th September 2023 – The Week in Review

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

“It was a lunge – there are sensible ways of overtaking and that wasn’t the way to do it.” – James Vowles

Perez “lunge” on Albon could prove costly for Williams F1 team

“The stewards considered that this was an ‘optimistic’ late manoeuvre by [Perez], that it could be defined as ‘diving in’, and that there was nothing that Albon could have done to avoid the collision” – FIA

Perez/Albon Clash Makes Further Mockery of F1 Penalty System

“If I was Williams, I would definitely be looking at Liam Lawson” – Karun Chandok

F1 pundit tips Liam Lawson for 2024 seat: ‘He’s put himself on the market’

“I am not a fan of bigger allowances, just in general. I’m sympathetic and cooperative on Williams having the chance to catch up,” – Zak Brown

Brown “sympathetic” to Williams F1 but warns against CapEx spending spree

“Obviously, if we wind back a bit, Logan and him were teammates back in F2 and both finished nigh-on together in the F2 Championship. So we have a direct comparison of the two of them in that environment.” – James Vowles

Williams monitoring Liam Lawson as Christian Horner claims he will make F1 grid

Now, after the fans have voted and the livery has already been run at one of the three races, it was announced that a replica of the car will be offered up for auction through F1 Authentics.

Here’s Your Chance To Own A Replica Of Williams’ Gulf-Liveried F1 Car

“As chassis O3 was assembled to more than an assembly comprising a survival cell as defined in SR Article 27.2 this has to be considered as a third car available to the competitor.” – FIA

Logan Sargeant hit with 10-second penalty after Williams breach ‘third car’ regulations

[T]he matter was referred to the stewards, who shared Bauer’s view and found Williams had broken the rule that states each competitor may not have more than two cars available at any time during an event.

An unusual Williams ‘third car’ F1 rule breach explained

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