Williams Week – 7th October 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“I think it is the worst weekend of my career and not from a driving point of view. But I think for many reasons this weekend has been very disappointing.” – Robert Kubica

Kubica unhappy with Williams after deliberate DNF in Sochi

“Hopefully there will be a test front wing [at Suzuka] that should look a little bit different”

Williams to trial experimental F1 front wing design at Japanese GP

“We’ll see, I don’t know yet. Hopefully in a couple of weeks’ time we’ll have clearance about that. But as of now it’s not decided, not confirmed.” – Nico Hulkenberg

Hulkenberg expecting ‘clearance’ on future within weeks

“It helps. It was supposed to be a steering wheel, which [I should have had for the] start the year, but it came a bit later than start of the year.” – Robert Kubica

Kubica waited until Monza for preferred Williams F1 steering wheel

“I can bet my house that we will have a car from day one of winter testing next year, and I’m sure and I’m very confident that we will be more competitive next year.” – George Russel

George Russell would ‘bet his house’ on Williams 2020 F1 recovery

“We did an interesting thing at Silverstone this year, where everyone in the team had a go and they very quickly got to three seconds. And that was only after very little training at the factory. But going from three to two is like going from Division 4 to Premier League!” – Dave Redding

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