Williams Week – 2nd May 2022 – The Week in Review


“One of the latest paddock rumours has Williams interested in the services of Oscar Piastri” – Ted Kravitz

Kravitz reveals Piastri ‘paddock rumour’ for 2023

Williams needs a good driver. Albon shows that with a good strategy the Williams car can come close to scoring points and the team from Grove needs them. Despite the big rule changes, the team is back at the bottom. Latifi is not the driver who will get something extra out of it, so all responsibility rests on Albon’s shoulders.

Here’s why firing Latifi in 2022 is not a crazy idea for Williams

“It’s a shame that we missed out on points by one place, but we are taking opportunities, doing things differently and showing that we can battle higher up despite not having the fastest car.” – Alex Albon

Albon continues to impress for Williams Racing after assured drive at Imola

“We obviously have a low downforce configuration for this weekend, which is not fun for the others, but for us, it kept us in front.” – Alex Albon

Imola F1 drive to 11th “just as good as Melbourne”

“If we can find an extra few tenths, I see us scoring points on a regular basis.” – Alex Albon

Albon says ‘an extra few tenths’ will see Williams scoring regularly in 2022

“he will get the full support of the team and we are sure he will get there.” – Jost Capito

Latifi still has ‘full support’ of Williams

“It killed me. It killed me, it was terrible,” – Alex Albon

Albon opens up on losing his F1 drive and his dream 2022 return

This exact car is the Williams FW21-05, the chassis driven by racing and Olympic legend Alessandro Zanardi in 14 Grands Prix that year, including an eighth place finish in Monaco

This Williams F1 car could be yours for £150,000

“the team would be better off going with Nyck de Vries, a Mercedes Formula E champion” – Joe Saward

Green Notebook from Chickenville

Apparently, there is no truth to the rumours that the beleaguered Williams commercial team is desperately researching prospective sponsors with no more than two-letter brand names with black and white logos!

Williams is compromising its commercial lifeblood

“Le Mans has been on my bucket list since I started racing and if it happens I’ll be extremely happy with the race being back to its full pomp and glory with a proper crowd this year.” – Jack Aitken

Williams F1 reserve Aitken set to make Le Mans LMP2 debut

“He’s capable to drive very fast and do the same lap times as Alex if he is in the right place, I’m sure.” – Jost Capito

Why Latifi is struggling so much with the F1 2022 Williams

“My job is more important than ever in directing the team to where I think we need to improve and how we can move up the leaderboard.” – Alex Albon

Thriving Albon has helped Williams kick its Russell hangover

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