Williams Week – 27th April 2015

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

“We have already extracted good potential from our cars and this work continues, but we do not expect to be able to rapidly increase our pace.” – Rob Smedley
Williams admits Ferrari will be hard to catch

“We need to develop the whole package faster and at a higher rate if we are going to catch the people in front,” said Smedley. “That is our aim.”
Williams F1’s Rob Smedley says team must lift its development pace

Williams Advanced Engineering specialises in turning F1 tech into a consumer reality, and has teamed up with a company called Aerofoil Energy to create a new device that redirects the cold air in supermarket fridges to stop it from leaking out into the aisles.
F1 aerodynamic tech set to improve UK supermarkets

“Valtteri did an amazing job to keep Vettel behind him for so many laps. It was fantastic. But you spoke to him afterwards and he was totally calm about it, and said it was easy!”
Claire Williams trying to remain upbeat as team falls to third best

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