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Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
Discussion started by Williams F1 , 04 July, 2020 15:37
Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
Williams F1 04 July, 2020 15:37
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Re: Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
erratic 05 July, 2020 05:50
Great to see George mixing it with other teams. A spark of hope for the race. Apparently the second most improved lap time compared to last year (Only Racing Point improved more). So well done to everyone involved.
Looking forward to the race today, and to seeing where the team ends up. Maybe no points today, but a strong race and beating a few rivals will be good enough at the moment. Go George!

Re: Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
Polemik 05 July, 2020 06:16
Comparison Austria Qualifying 2019 vs. 2020 (Williams team with the 2nd best year-on-year improvement smoking smileythumbs down) :

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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/07/2020 06:27 by Polemik.

Re: Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
Myvatn 05 July, 2020 08:15
Well.. considering how Racing Point bought themselves their improvement, we can say Willians is the most improved team. I wonder what would have happened without the Ferrari engines debacle though...

Re: Austrian GP: Encouraging qualifying for Williams Racing
tomazy 05 July, 2020 13:30
Also, the track was faster in Q2 and Q3 than in Q1, some improvemant of RP can be contribioted to this.


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