Williams Week – 2nd March 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“The business model in Formula 1 is changing. And you’ve always got to have an eye on ensuring your business model remains sustainable. You can’t just have just a dream. Pride comes before a fall at the end of the day. So it’s always something that we’re looking at.” – Claire Williams

Changing F1 business model could prompt strategy rethink

”There’s still some negative things with the car, some things that we still have to try and sort out, some issues – let’s say characteristic – carrying over from last year, so not all the problems are solved.” – Nicholas Latifi

Not all problems of 2019 F1 car solved with 2020 Williams

This new front wing features small splits in the wingtips, forming short-span slot gaps to break up the wing into more elements.

New Williams front wing among tech developments for second F1 test

“I don’t want to ruin the surprise, but the episode is around 2019 testing, and I think it allows us as a team to tell a version of events that we may not otherwise have had the opportunity to be able to show people” – Claire Williams

Netflix series will show truth about 2019 F1 pre-season

”Have we improved more than other teams have improved? We still have to wait and see… but I’m definitely excited to see where we do stack up.”- Nicholas Latifi

Latifi ‘excited to see where Williams stack up’ in 2020 with ‘step forward’ FW43

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