Williams Week – 5th April 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

The Williams Week 2021


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

“I’d like to think this is worst-case scenario, so fingers crossed it can only get better.” – George Russell

Russell hopes Bahrain was ‘worst-case scenario’

“At the time, we thought it would be for a month, a couple of months. And here we are a year later, and it’s still possible and still viable for people to be able to work from home securely.” – Graeme Hackland

The Security Interviews: How to secure an F1 team in a pandemic

“It was nice to be racing. I had a good little tussle at the beginning, made a few places, lost a few places – I forgot how tricky it was right in that battle with all the cars surrounding you! But I thought it was a very well-executed race.” – George Russell

Russell pleased with ‘well-executed’ Bahrain GP – but says Williams should be better suited to Imola

“We have great leadership, we have got the foundations being put in place, we have the financial backing and we can now really start to focus on performance.” – George Russell

Russell predicts a “bright future” for Williams under Capito

“During all of my time at Williams we had no technical director, which is pretty crazy when you think about it” – George Russell

Russell: ‘Crazy’ not to have Williams technical chief

“They have clearly done a very good job. If we can get close to them in the coming weeks, we can hopefully get into the back of that midfield. It’s very close.” – Dave Robson

Williams putting target on Alfa Romeo’s back

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