Williams Week – 27th January 2020 – The Week in Review

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

This transaction encompassed not just core sale and purchase elements but the more future-looking partnering aspects covering key matters. This includes governance and control of WAE, commercial services agreements, branding and property, reflecting the continuing relationship anticipated between WAE and the wider Williams Group.

Williams F1’s Majority Interest In Williams Advanced Engineering Limited Disposal

The 24-year-old has chosen number six as his race number because Toronto is also known as ‘the six’ – a term popularised, but not coined, by musician Drake.

Six appeal – Williams driver Latifi chooses his 2020 race number

“I find the differences between the last two years and now, I have Williams’ facilities to drive in them and learn as much as I can.” – Roy Nissany

Williams tester Roy Nissany optimistic but realistic over F1 prospects

“We have that going into this year. Obviously as you all know, we sold a majority stake in Advanced Engineering, the proceeds of which come into the F1 team, in order to bolster the budget as well. So I have no concerns over the racing budget for 2020.”

Williams budget “healthy” despite F1 prize money drop

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