Williams Week – 3rd October 2022 – The Week in Review

de Vries was traveling between countries without a passport as many countries in the EU are in the Schengen Area, where residents can freely travel between countries.

Brexit ends Nyck de Vries’ Williams sim time for 2022 F1 Singapore GP

“We started off in Barcelona and Bahrain winter testing and it was clear that we were a little bit on the back foot with just the way that we had to invest and focus on this year, and the team was investing slightly more in infrastructure and things like that, rather than the car itself, so it wasn’t enjoyable.” – Alex Albon

Alex Albon discusses Williams’ progress and growing in confidence this year

In Schumacher, Williams would get a driver who brings a star-quality name and glimpses of potential but has struggled to consistently shine.

Who will replace Latifi? The runners and riders in contention for the Williams seat

“I don’t want it to feel like we are still on the outside looking in. ” – Jamie Chadwick

Chadwick aiming for F1 drive ‘within the next five years’

“My preparation has been a little different than normal but I’m feeling good” – Alex Albon

Williams driver to race in Singapore this weekend after recovering from appendicitis

“It’s simple, really; it’s a results-based industry, and obviously the performance hasn’t been there this year for many different reasons” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi accepts Williams release decision, struggled to adapt to 2022 car

“I think his performance was not on the level of the way he expected his performance himself and we didn’t expect his performance to be like this.” – Jost Capito

Williams boss Capito says ‘still a decision to be made’ on Latifi replacement as he explains Canadian’s departure

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