Williams Week – 7th March 2022 – The Week in Review

However, there is an interesting twist – a cavity in the upper section of the sidepod which provides airflow, captured in the main inlet, a route directly through to the rear surface of the sidepod.

What’s behind Williams’ unique F1 sidepod hole

“They work in the same way at Williams. It’s a bit like going to a new school. The team had a good season last year and want to keep that momentum going.” – Alex Albon

“Not very different” – Alex Albon on differences between working at Williams compared to Red Bull

From his home in Sardinia, Head, now retired, tells us about the early days, and casts his eye over Formula 1 today.

Sir Patrick Head: The Motor Sport Interview ($)

I see myself as an important link for the team. I want to become the leader and help develop the car as much as possible.” – Alex Albon

Albon expects a lot from Williams: ‘I want to be the leader here’

“The Williams is incredibly radical. It’s phenomenal, the packaging on that thing.” – Damon Hill

Hill impressed with ‘incredibly radical’ Williams FW44

“The car is feeling very, very good to begin with. I feel like we’ve got a good foundation to start the year on.” – Alex Albon

Albon impressed by ‘great foundation’ set by Williams ahead of Bahrain test

“I have had a year to mature, a short year to mature but a year to reflect and look at things I feel like I could do differently and be a bit more pushy and direct things a bit more.” – Alex Albon

The signs Albon’s year out has improved a key weakness

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