Williams Week – 5th December 2022 – The Week in Review


In 1978, he was recruited by Sir Frank Williams for the newly formed F1 team Williams, where Brawn’s duties included working as an aerodynamics specialist in the wind tunnel.

From Williams engineer to Ferrari dream team: Brawn leaves F1 behind

“Logan did it right and I have a huge amount of respect.” – Alexander Rossi

F1’s last American on Sargeant and the two sides to Herta snub

“Singapore was tough, Japan was 75%, and after Japan, I felt pretty good.” – Alex Albon

Albon needs F1 winter break to get back to 100% fitness after Monza illness

“To progress through the season from where we started, to where we ended up after our upgrade [introduced at Silverstone], was okay for us.” – Jost Capito

Capito Exclusive: This year we earned points on merit, not luck

“I used to run [number two] in Formula Renault, and I had a pretty good season that year. Number three is my number, but that’s taken [by Daniel Ricciardo] so I figured why not take a winning number from the past and run with in F1?” – Logan Sargeant

Sargeant announces his race number ahead of debut F1 season with Williams in 2023

“I guess this year, as a team, collectively we took a step backwards.” – Nicholas Latifi

‘My worst year in what was a crucial year’ – Latifi explains 2022 struggles that led to Williams exit

“You need a proper team atmosphere and just don’t surprise a driver with his teammate.” – Jost Capito

Capito Exclusive: I spoke to Russell about 2022 Williams drivers

“It was a really good help for us, because we are only engineers and we need drivers to give us a direction. Because of his experience [in F1], it’s helped us and given us the right direction” – FX Demaison

‘He’s sometimes too nice’ – Williams tech chief urges Albon to ‘push team harder’

“Invest in the wind tunnel, invest in the factory and invest in people. So we are slowly getting to where we are but to build a team you need two to three years, and to get the maximum out of this team, it’s another two to three years. So, it’s a long journey.” – FX Demaison

Williams are ‘two to three years’ away from the maximum of the team

“My aim is always to challenge myself and continue my progression as a driver and this represents not only a big step up but also a big step towards my goal of competing in the highest categories of single-seater racing.” – Jamie Chadwick

W Series champion Chadwick gets Indy NXT seat with Andretti

The final judgement of the California court is that Williams will receive a total of £26,220,094.25 from ROKiT to settle this dispute.

Williams to receive £26 million after legal victory against a former sponsor

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