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

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

“We can really see that in the wind tunnel with the downforce we had at the beginning of the year and what we have now. We also know what we will get next year. The only thing is that we don’t know to what extent the rest is better but I can already tell you that if the rest don’t improve, we’ll be fully involved in that fight again.” – George Russell

Progress on Williams’ new F1 car is growing fast

“What I’ve seen in this team this year is an extraordinary level of resilience and tenacity, also a willingness to put in the hard work to turn things around.” – Claire Williams

Williams insists ‘two difficult years don’t define a team’

“The question that [Daimler CEO, Dieter] Zetsche asked me was, ‘How can you win a race with Williams, and how we can we do it at Mercedes too? What resources do you operate with?’ ” – Toto Wolff

Why Lewis Hamilton has Pastor Maldonado to thank for F1 dominance

“You can put plasters on stuff, but unless you actually wish to fix them and unless you can get to the root causes for problems, those problems are probably going to resurface and come and bite you again” – Claire Williams

Williams needed “rock bottom” F1 2019 but can’t let it happen again

“I feel good in the team, the team environment right from my first day, I felt at home, which I think is important when you are jumping into a new team.” – Nicholas Latifi

Latifi looking forward to renewing old rivalries in F1

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