Williams Week – 2nd September 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“I’m at such an age when reaching December without knowing my future is not comfortable. One thing I know for sure – I will take a decision that will give me the most joy.” – Robert Kubica

Kubica ponders F1 future – wants option that brings ‘the most joy’

“The matter of the fact is as Claire said, I signed a three-year contract with Williams. So, unless anything drastic happened, I see no reason why I wouldn’t be here for the following couple of years.”

Only “drastic” change would prise Russell from Williams F1 team

“We are looking at the 2020 seat and there is a handful of candidates” – Claire WIlliams

Latifi and Kubica among “handful” of 2020 options

Sky News has learnt that Williams Grand Prix Holdings, which is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, has been approached by several parties about a deal involving Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE)

Williams F1 team-owner weighs sale of engineering arm stake

“The entry, the apex, the exit. It seems that now it’s more drivable, more predictable, that really helps someone like me who is jumping in and out between Formula 2 and the Formula 1 car.” – Nicholas Latifi

Williams FW42 more drivable and predictable

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