Williams Week – 31st August 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“This may be the end of an era for Williams as a family owned team, but we know it is in good hands” – Claire Williams

1977-2020: Historic F1 team Williams no longer a family affair – in pictures

It is a surprising deal in that the level of debt involved is considerable and earning that investment back—particularly in the current economic climate—is unlikely. This has baffled financiers who deal with F1.

Williams F1 Sale Raises Questions, like ‘Who’s the Boss?’

“We once had four racks of equipment before virtualization,” he said. “We funded our virtualization project in nine months in one season just from freight savings.” – Graham Hackland

How Williams Racing Moves its Data Center Nearly as Fast as its Cars

“Very pleased to see the company, the team is stable moving forward, and has got a great company behind them to help push Williams back to where it belongs, which is definitely higher up the grid!” – George Russell

New ownership will push Williams “back to where it belongs” on F1 grid

“I’m feeling good now; I’m feeling confident again” – George Russell

Russell has ‘definitely turned a corner’

“Dorilton Capital is completely independent, Bernie is not the new owner of Williams. I am in my role, I’m here, I’m doing my job, and it is business as usual.” – Claire Williams

New Williams F1 team owner has no links to Ecclestone

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