Robert: Williams won’t sacrifice 2021 F1 hopes

Williams is not getting to regard the 2021 Formula 1 season as a write-off,

consistent with its acting Team Principal Simon Roberts, despite the forthcoming overhaul of F1’s technical regulations for the 2022 campaign.

We’re trying to complete a short-term plan and, if we could, repeat the step that the team made this year, going from 2019 into 2020.

Roberts is the one who is having back

An authority he handled and can make decisions it in as team boss following the departure of the William family.

After the Italian Grand Prix demanded, he wanted to continue the deals and want to apply the trends that are participated by the team between 2019 and this year.

Here the only team is so far not in a championship point on the board of this season and,

the outfit based on grove now sits in 10th and hindmost in the Constructors’ reputations.

With new regulations desired for shaking up the grid enforced in 2022, Roberts asserts that Williams is targeting another season of progress in 2021 before greeting the new rules.

Which we do not prefer to do is actually will be an immense contribution in 2021.

“I believe for competing with the other teams and, it’s crucial for us to maintain, active the team to win the battle.

For standing the next year, We should do something that can furnish, then only we place and deal in a challenging.

We have to think before the action what we don’t like to do will become nonacceptance actions towards 2022 due to the new

regulations of finance will come to grind and back behind.

There are some new restrictions, so we have to try it without failing the chances and work for it.

Managing the team last month, Roberts took the roles and the responsibility of the principal of the group after the family of Williams.

The new owner of the from the USA  it is from the investment firm Dorilton Capital, are planning out sustainability to bring and take the help from outfit back into the front-running statement.

Robert State tha-they are just dealing and putting efforts to understand everything about the business that they can.

We don’t want to cause blunders because what we do now will automatically impact our long-term requirement, so we have to concentrate on enhancing the business.”

They tried to get concerned in everything possible they can for the business. In Mugello, that was great for them and, we were in that budget setting, looking at investment plans, trying to figure out effectively what’s the first thing to do.

Formula 1 season to prosper the following year as the team plots a return to the top and, Williams acting team principal Simon Roberts has ruled out sacrificing 2021.

To make sure we keep the management team stable with the new owners, so that’s important for them and the rest of the group. So, my stepping up makes us able to do that.

We’re want to upgrade and develop it, so we need to require some owners, so we are searching for that to make the management of the team stable.

“There’s no quick fix here. We’re in it for the long haul and, so is Dorilton.”

According to its acting Team Principal Simon Roberts, despite the upcoming overhaul of F1’s technical constraints for the 2022 campaign. Williams is not pushing to head the 2021 Formula 1 season as a write-off.

Simon Roberts says that Williams won’t give up 2021 for the 2022 F1 season as no discussions held so far about full-time team principal.

With the new journey embarked on by Williams under Dorilton Capital, the team is working hard to soften the issues of 2020. Now, many believe that their real opportunity would come in next year, yet the company is not going to give up on 2021.

Due to COVID-19, F1 will keep the same regulations in 2021 but allow for definite changes.

Williams would not vault directly to 2022 but will construct short-term objectives for next season to strain and bridge the gap to the front of the direct midfield struggle.

Meanwhile, in terms of his role as an interim team principal, Roberts stated that it is not the topic they have extensively discussed considering the quick departure of Claire Williams and, it won’t be an immediate thing.

He said that – It’s something we do not focus on, to be honest.

“So, the essential forte was to possess progression. So I’m pleased to be asked to step-up.

I enjoy it a lot, can continue to do it for longer – but we haven’t even discussed it. It’s not the top of my list, and it’s not the top of theirs. We are all concentrated on that and on moving the team forwards,” Roberts computed.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *