Wolff: True Williams potential yet to be seen
14 August 2012 – While Toto Wolff may be delighted with Williams’ overall performance so far in 2012, the German dares to say just how effective the FW34 could be. Executive Director of Williams Grand Prix Holdings, Wolff is poised to become Team Principal whenever Sir Frank Williams - who is now 70 years of age - decides to retire.
“The car is very good this year,” Wolff told Germany’s Motorline.cc. “Many of our guys started developing it last summer. "Has it performed better than expected? We still don’t really know because we have had our ups and downs. Is it a front-running car? Maybe it’s still too early to say. But can our drivers become top drivers? I think so, but only time will tell.”
Pastor Maldonado’s victory in Spain was Williams’ first since the end of 2004, when Juan Pablo Montoya won the Brazilian Grand Prix.