Williams Week – 27th August 2018

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

Pictures from the Belgium Grand Prix:

“There are so many engineers and people in F1 who impact the car, I think the drivers are the easy ones to blame but if you had an experienced driver you’d find something else to blame.” – Lance Stroll

Williams F1 drivers are ‘easy targets’ amid 2018 slump

“Hopefully we have inspired future scientists, engineers, mechanics, technicians and business people among the 75 young people that visited us during our two open days this summer.” – Nicola Salter

Fast cars fill the imagination of pupils visiting Williams F1 centre

“As you start digging, you find more and more problems. We have to make up a lot of ground” – Paddy Lowe 

Lowe expects pain as Williams find ‘more and more problems’

“It is quite a big change, so change is always an opportunity to do well,” he explained. “We’re very conscious of that and working very hard to be the right side of that opportunity and make some ground. It could be a disruption.” – Paddy Lowe

2019 aero rules F1’s most significant change since 2009

“Well, nothing’s guaranteed, but right now, I’m going to be just focused on this weekend and I’m going to give it my all like I always do and we’ll see what the future holds.” – Lance Stroll

Nothing guaranteed over seeing F1 season out with Williams

Williams’ Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams believes that close relationships between manufacturers and B-teams take the sport in a ‘sad direction’.

B-teams not in F1’s DNA

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