- 20 Questions: Frank Williams
'If I wasn't in F1 I would still be selling soup'Claire Furnell December 16, 2009
Every time ESPNF1 catches up with a driver or celebrity we pose our light hearted 20 questions. In the first of the series we speak to the team principal of the longest running independent team in F1 - Sir Frank Williams.
If you could ask for any car for Christmas - what would it be and why?
I have no aspirations in that area
What is your favourite item of clothing?
What goes through your mind during the last lap of a race?
Please don't break down!
Who is your hero and why?
I admire Bernie Ecclestone a great deal, and Margaret Thatcher
What do you do to relax?
Listen to classical music
What is your worst habit?
If you hadn't made it to F1 what would you be doing now?
Selling soup! [Frank's first job was as a trainee sales representative for Campbell's soup]
If you could interview anyone involved in F1 who would it be and what would you ask them?
Oversteer or Understeer - Choose?
What's your goal in life outside of motorsport?
Keeping my family happy and in the UK
What is your biggest fear or phobia?
Failing in Formula One
Are you a good passenger?
What rule would you like to introduce into F1?
I would demand that circuits are designed to promote overtaking
What quality do you most dislike in a person?
Do you have any superstitions?
What is your least favourite circuit?
All have good points so I don't have one
Who is your favourite driver?
Currently? Lewis Hamilton
Who will win the drivers' championship in 2010?
It's too difficult to call as we haven't seen the new cars. If I were to have a stab in the dark? Lewis
Who will win the constructors' championship?
That is certainly too hard to say, but Williams certainly have aspirations
Claire Furnell is the senior editor of ESPNF1