Williams Week – 9th March 2020 – The Week in Review

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

“I think realistically, we are still the slowest car. We’re not going to get carried away with ourselves, but we’ve definitely reduced the gap.” – George Russell

Russell believes Williams Formula 1 team still has the slowest car

“People can sometimes just see a situation and not truly understand it and make a judgement. I hope that our episode really shows the truth behind the scenes and how painful it was for all of us.” – Claire Williams

F1 Drive to Survive ‘shows the truth’ of Williams’ 2019 testing failures in brutal scenes

“I’m happy they made a bit step forward, because at Williams there’s a lot of people that have delivered a good job and it’s nice to see Williams out of the bottom” – Robert Kubica

I’m happy to see Williams recovering

“It is possible that if I had a better car last year, I would not be sitting here, I would be preparing to race in Australia.” – Robert Kubica

If not For Williams, I’d Still be in F1

let’s celebrate some of that Williams panache by looking back at five of their best cars.

Williams F1: its best ever racing cars

“I have actually had someone say to me that a lot of people in the Formula One paddock think that the team started doing badly when I fell pregnant and had a baby. How dare they.” – Claire Williams

Claire Williams addresses struggles linked to sexism in F1

For a team famed for lovingly crafted liveries, this year Williams have gone for a scheme in a jarring shade of ‘uninspiring backmarker’.

The quickfire lowdown on Williams for 2020

“He is rookie of the year, right?” – Claire Williams

Latifi in a class of his own as 2020’s sole F1 rookie

“I’m not ecstatic with the car, it was at the back, but from a brand proposition point of view it is amazing what that sponsorship has done.”

F1 sponsorship has ‘opened doors’

“The business is really unrecognisable from where we were with everything, whether that be structures or processes, policies etc, how we go about designing and building a race car is very different to what it was from 2018 and prior to that.” – Claire Williams

Williams “unrecognisable” compared to 12 months ago

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