Young people in their twenties and thirties are trooping through reception, products of the talent pipeline that is the UK’s motorsport valley. Most will have been born
after Williams won its first drivers’ and constructors’ 
world championships in 1980. Some might yet have a been a twinkle in their parents’ eyes when the team scored its last such success in 1997. Jost Capito, 63 years young, the team’s CEO and team principal, is sitting upstairs in a large open plan office, sharing a joke with a colleague. Relaxed and smiling, the German executive charged with turning around the fortunes of the iconic Bri …