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

The Williams Week

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

“George, you were giving it your all. It’s ok to make mistakes and it’s ok to feel the pain. I’ve made more than I can remember. You’re great bud. Keep your head up and keep pushing, on to the next one!” – Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton, Grosjean and other F1 racers rush to console Russell after Imola mistake

“I think everybody needs to put a car in the wall behind the safety car. We’ve seen that from the most experienced ones, and making mistakes under pressure.” – Toto Wolff

Every F1 driver needs to crash behind safety car

“I put on hold and put aside so much of, letʼs say, what a normal life would be” – Nicholas Latifi

How Nicholas Latifi went from Ontario go-karts to a very unusual F1 rookie season

“The car has inherent weaknesses and we were weak in the places where you needed to be quick to get the DRS and even with the tyre advantage I had on the guys in front I couldn’t mount the challenge.” – Nicholas Latifi

‘Flawed Williams denied me chance of points’

“There was one reason and one reason only why we were in a points scoring opportunity this weekend. That was because every single one of you are giving 100% and pushing this race car to its limit, week in week out.”

Russell writes letter of apology to Williams team for Safety Car crash

“I think we are in a really good position to always be on the front foot against Alfa Romeo and Haas, and definitely picking up places when people don’t optimise their sessions.” – George Russell

“Breakthroughs” put Williams on front foot against Alfa Romeo and Haas

The teams [use] the same McLaren Applied Technology PCU-8D display unit, with its 4.3” colour LCD display and the interface unit that links all the buttons, rotary switches and paddles back to the ECU. For Williams, uniquely, this LCD display is fixed and separate from the wheel, as is the case with all other current teams.

Master control – understanding the Williams FW 43 steering wheel

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