Williams Week – 6th April 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“In terms of cash flow, like Williams and Haas for example, I don’t know how it is going to be for them. They are the first at risk.” – Ralf Schumacher

Even big F1 teams at risk

“Then at the end of it, they would say, ‘OK, for the next race we’ll give you another 50 horsepower!’ and they were usually as good as their word.” – Patrick Head

Under the bodywork of 1986’s best F1 car, the Williams FW11

“But when we get it wrong, that’s our fault. And when we get it right, we can take credit for that. So that is hugely important to who we are.” – Claire Williams

Williams slump not because it doesn’t have ‘Pink Mercedes’

“The aim is to quickly produce an initial batch of 5,000 Smiths ParaPAC300 ventilators; utilising speed of response and rapid processes derived from a motorsport background,”

Williams F1 former engineering arm to help produce 5,000 ventilators for UK

“I think Williams are much closer. They’re within the battle, basically, so we need to think about them” – Lando Norris

Williams now a factor in F1 2020 midfield battle

“At the moment from my side I’m just focused on training, focused on running – I’ve never been a big runner. [I’m] working on a big 5 [kilometre] time so I’ll see what I can do on that front.” – George Russell

Russell determined not to ‘waste’ time off as he spends lockdown with trainer

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