Or 2013 regulations if available. No point in evolving a design that is at the end of its regulations.Sebp wrote:I hope Coughlan has kept in touch with all the new regulations. If not he'll be very busy reading alot this year... Williams' own literature, preferably. [-o<
What's not come out in the press is what is really wrong with the car. It's not as if it's bad conceptually, they just don't seem to be able to make it work. It kind of reminds me of 2009 where they show up with a double diffuser and still no pace.I've addressed the whole factory and explained that I am responsible and have apologised for my part in this failure.
All IMHO: No question: it's bad PR, now that they are publicly traded. It might have some small impact on their share price, but not disastrous.Sawtooth-spike wrote:Also Mike Coughlan is joining them. Dont know if this is a Good PR move given his past history (spygate).
I dont think Sam and Tomlinson falling on the swords will improve the situation at williams. Love the team and the history, but i think they are a shadow of their former selves. I cant seems them compeating with the Big boys again.
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