Capito: Williams won't sacrifice 2022 car to make gains in 2021

The Grove-based outfit is hoping to move up from the bottom of the F1 constructors’ championship table this season, with its main rivals set to be Haas and Alfa Romeo.
But although wanting to do well with its current car, it is well aware of the opportunities that will come from the all-new 2022 rules.
Williams CEO Jost Capito insists that the priority is to make sure that its 2022 …Keep reading



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