Williams Week – 5th October 2020 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week

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

“It’s been evident this year and even last that I’ve been struggling with confidence on the first lap. And today was a time I thought, ‘right I need to be more aggressive’, and ironically, that’s actually what went against me.” – George Russell

I should have been “fannying around” to avoid Russian GP start incident

He could have driven for Ferrari, and even signed a contract, before Gilles Villeneuve was snapped up in his place. But it was just as well. Instead, he’d throw his lot in with Frank Williams, who had one last hand up his sleeve after the failure of his partnership with Walter Wolf.

Alan Jones, a chip off the old block – 40 years on

Rumors have it that Perez is one of the most likely candidates to join Haas for 2021. But with Mazepin interested in the Haas seat, with the promise of giving the team significant financial help, Perez could find his potential spot in limbo.

A Russian Billionaire May Force Sergio Perez to Consider Williams for 2021

One of the most successful teams in Formula One history that is based in Grove revealed it is searching for an apprentice with a passion for engineering.

Grove’s Williams Formula 1 racing team searches for apprentice

“They are not hiding.” – Simon Roberts

New Williams F1 owners “not hiding” despite current low profile

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