F1 » Williams left knowing more was possible

The Williams team was left to rue late-race problems that robbed it of a better result in the Korean GP.

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James Montgomery

October 25, 2010 4:15 PM

I can't help but feel that Williams have been stuck in a pattern since 2005.... Great Potential, but never capetalising on it!

2005/2006, brilliant flashes of speed, never took full advantage of it due to several reasons.

2009, how many times was Rosberg fastest in practice?

And again this year! Espechally in the last few races, great qualifying! Then disapointment in the race :(

Either their strategies have failed or the drivers just have race pace... something needs to change otherwise this headline will be used for more years to come...


October 26, 2010 12:53 PM

williams continue to teeter on the brink of either falling of the radar completely or being able to be at the front of the midfield, they need to find consitency to be able to build on results, hulk put in a strong drive in korea but has no indication as to wether he will be in the seat next year

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