Williams Week – 9th July 2018

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

Pictures from the 2018 British Grand Prix:

“It’s a very well respected team. Frank’s values, the way he’s approached motor racing, is instilled in the team and continued by Claire in a great way – a sense of sportsmanship and humility around what we do.” – Paddy Lowe
Williams ‘humility’ stopping McLaren-like flak for F1 performances

“Now the top guys, they have to first find the seats. I’m trying. Of course my target will be to race next year but this hasn’t changed since, as I said, the end of last year. So we will see.” – Robert Kubica
Kubica still targeting F1 racing return in 2019

“I have a lot more of an idea on how to extract as much as possible out of it, especially also my working relationship with the engineers and what I’m looking for, what I’m trying to find from the car.” – Lance Stroll
Despite Williams’ woes, Stroll ‘more on top of the car’

“As we’ve gone through this recovery programme, we’ve identified a number of other weaknesses within the car and the team itself.” – Claire Williams
Changes coming at Williams F1 team

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