Williams Week – 27th December 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

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

“I think he still has the chance. He’s got everything he needs, but maybe he needs to trust his instincts a bit more and not always think about it too much. That’s possibly part of the problem that keeps coming up.” – Dave Robson

Latifi ‘almost too intelligent to drive on instinct’

Our archives uncovered a couple of photos from the final ever British Grand Prix to be held at Brands Hatch in 1986, which also marked Frank Williams’ return to the F1 paddock for the first time since he was paralysed.

Archive photos show Sir Frank Williams at Brands Hatch in 1986 after life-changing accident

There are very few cars that have comprehensively dominated an F1 season and when they do, often it’s these cars that have some key innovation that steps them above their peers.

F1’s game changer – lifting the lid on the dominant Williams FW14B

“Going back to the race weekend, as soon as the checkered flag dropped, I knew how things were likely to play out on social media. The fact that I felt it would be best if I deleted Instagram and Twitter on my phone for a few days says all we need to know about how cruel the online world can be.” – Nicholas Latifi

Williams driver Nicholas Latifi reveals death threats followed F1 season finale

“George is somebody who’s pushing everybody, every day, every minute, every hour.” – FX Demaison

Why Russell is “a big loss” for Williams

“I think Williams can get the best out of Alex.” – Jost Capito

Williams back Albon to emulate “leader” Russell

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