F1 » Barrichello will return Williams to winning ways, says Cosworth

Cosworth's head of operations Mark Gallagher tells Crash.net Radio that he is confident the Williams-Cosworth package will prove to be a winning one in F1 - and that Rubens Barrichello will be the man to deliver

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HartleyF1 - Unregistered

June 01, 2010 10:37 AM

Sadly i really must Disagree!.

I would really love to see williams winning again, but i cant see that happening any time soon, certainly not this season, not unless we have a really messed up crash and rain affected race........ mabe cosworth know something we dont?. :?

Taz - Unregistered

June 01, 2010 12:11 PM

Williams finances aren't looking that great, they have no chance of getting back to winning ways without some manufacturer backing in the current F1 setup....sadly.

I still maintain that team hasn't done great under sam michael and Patrick Heads assertions that they are lacking brain power not financial muscle doesn't stack up.

Force India are ahead of them.


June 01, 2010 12:37 PM

I'll fill in the feedback blanks: "Rubens has given us feedback on how our engine compares to the Mercedes-Benz that he drove last year (pathetically underpowered), the Honda he drove the year before (disappointingly inferior) and even the Toyota that he drove in the back of the Williams at the end of last year (miserably lacking in grunt)." And compared to his race-winning Ferrari, abysmally inadequate.

Hope this helps. I don't envy the new teams having to cope with the gutless thing, it makes them look a lot worse than they are.


June 01, 2010 3:26 PM

Cosworth is trying to put a good face on what has been a disappointing year at Williams. Rubens had machinery capable of winning the championship last year, and all he did was drop the ball. Last year was Rubens' best chance at winning the driver's crown and I doubt he will have a better chance of doing so going forward.

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