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Williams Racing denied first 2020 points in cruel finish
Discussion started by Williams F1 , 14 September, 2020 11:47
Williams Racing denied first 2020 points in cruel finish
Williams F1 14 September, 2020 11:47
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Re: Williams Racing denied first 2020 points in cruel finish
Matt Brown 16 September, 2020 11:55
That one single WCC point that Haas managed to get this season has really killed Williams....(Sm17)

Haas grabbed a WCC point and I don't see Williams getting any points this year....(Sm17)

The one point Haas got has killed Williams....(Sm17)

Re: Williams Racing denied first 2020 points in cruel finish
GPL 16 September, 2020 13:06
Dave Robson, Senior Race Engineer:
"At the end of an incident packed race we are disappointed not to have finished in the points. We anticipated a complicated race and had prepared accordingly, but we couldn’t quite take full advantage.

Both cars started well and made good progress on the opening lap, running 11th and 13th when the first safety car was deployed. At the subsequent restart, Nicholas was very unlucky to get hit by the cars behind as the pack concertinaed approaching the control line. With George, we made good tyre and strategy decisions throughout the race to get him to ninth place at the second safety car, and in a position to race Leclerc for eighth. Frustratingly the subsequent red flag lost us track position and allowed Grosjean and Raikkonen to un-lap themselves. We had a poor final stint, losing places at the restart and then struggling to overtake Vettel.

Overall, we did a good job this weekend and worked very hard to deservedly get ourselves into a
strong position in the race.


We now need to refine the small details to elevate our race performance from very good to excellent."

Serious is this guy for real, what a joker


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