F1 » Williams 'have good base package'

After its strong showing in Valencia, chief engineer Mark Gillan is optimistic that Williams can be a contender elsewhere in 2012.

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Alex N. - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 9:16 AM

I am feeling good towards Silverstone. Williams have a good aerodynamic package and going through fast sweeping corners (Ex. Maggotts, Becketts, Stowe, and Abbey) will be the strong points for the FW34. I hope that Williams will find good balance, Maldonado to stay out of trouble, and please for Bruno to get top 8.

RawPace - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 11:25 AM

No doubt FW34 is one of the best cars, if both the drivers can keep the nose clean of the first corner and do not race over aggressive then we can see williams in top 5 wcc for sure. I miss RB, hope PM and BS can race clean during the second half of the season :)


June 27, 2012 12:54 PM

Coulthard made the comment that since his return, Kimi has been soft in his attempts to pass other drivers. I disagree, and have found some of his passes to be measured and others to be quite decisive.
This accident was Maldonado's fault from my perspective, but both he and Lewis could have finished with solid points had they used their heads a bit more.

whoelse - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 1:04 PM

you spoke my mind too! Lewis or ( a resurrected )Raikkonen could have squeezed so much more juice outta that willy, than either of the two drivers.

Bruno, despite a good guy, is definitely lacking in aggression, and mad-donado seems to be having too much of it. A more balanced head with good footwork, like Lewis as you have rightly said, could have well made it Wil-lew-iams!

Oh, and throw in Whitty into the william equation, and they might as well forget future existence in the sport :-)

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