Williams Week – 9th December 2019 – The Week in Review

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

“If I would stand in front of the mirror in many years time and say I had the chance to return but I gave it up, that would be difficult for me to understand” – Robert Kubica

F1 return better than staying at home

With no actual gears to shift through the FW15C was, according to test driver David Coulthard, also smoother and more stable through corners. In fact there was speculation in and around the paddock that this Williams was a good few seconds quicker around a racetrack than its sibling fitted with the conventional six-speed semi-automatic gearbox.

Forgotten F1 Friday: Williams FW15C CVT

He also asked for confirmation on whether Williams Advanced Engineering – the engineering arm of the Williams Group (which includes the Formula 1 team) – were interested in establishing a presence in Ebbw Vale?

Williams F1 engineering arm “potentially interested in Ebbw Vale”

“My management could get us the right support and got the connection to Williams, [which] allowed me this huge opportunity, and it was a great experience. I hope it will open my door into the Formula 1 world.” – Roy Nissany

Nissany hoping to return to F2 seat and 2020 Williams role after injury

“The pace at the end [of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix] was very, very strong for us, I just need to improve on those opening laps.” – George Russell

Russell targets first-lap improvements in 2020

“Russell has only done one season and Latifi has only done six Fridays. But they will only get half a day because Mr Nissany is bringing the money. Are they crazy?”

Williams slammed over Abu Dhabi test plans

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