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Williams says Villeneuve comments 'irritating'

May 25 Claire Williams has admitted comments made recently by the team's last world champion Jacques Villeneuve were "irritating". Under her leadership, the once-great British team is having a season even more woeful than in 2018. And things are even worse in Monaco. "Monaco emphasises the weaknesses of our car," Robert Kubica said. "Here, everything is even worse." Recently, Villeneuve said one of Williams' problems is leadership, with 77-year-old founder Sir Frank Williams no longer travelling with the race team. "The team is dead, there is no management," Villeneuve said. "There was the chance to make a good choice, and they chose Claire...
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