Williams Week – 14th January 2019 – The Week in Review

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

With its financial future now assured as ‘Racing Point’ – or whatever name it chooses to adopt – it’s clear that it’s only a matter of time before attention will turn to another team that’s suffering monetary hardship.

The real F1 danger that Liberty must not ignore

“They are great teams with a great history, but unfortunately Formula 1 is not a great respecter of histories. It only respects what’s going on track.”

Williams and McLaren’s declines show F1 ‘has no mercy’ – Brawn

“Everybody loves Robert — in the office, in the garage… I remember when he first turned up the mechanics saying ‘Yeah, that’s a proper driver!’”

Kubica’s impact already felt at Williams

2018 will not be looked back on with any amount of fondness by Williams Martini Racing. The team slumped to last in the championship and have a long road of recovery ahead with no guarantee of an immediate improvement in performance next year.

SEASON REVIEW: 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship – Williams Martini Racing

“We’re delighted to have the support from the Williams F1 team. We’ve already spent quite a bit of time together, with us learning from their design and manufacturing techniques. It’s a fantastic relationship between two teams mad about great engineering.”

Superhero bionic arm startup gets backing from F1 team Williams

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