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It’s been a long time coming, but a Williams Racing car has made it through to the second part of qualifying for the first time since the Brazilian Grand Prix of 2018, some 24 races ago. George Russell posted the 12th quickest time in #Q1 ensuring he was one of Read more…

Upgrades for Williams in Austria

By Michaelmad, ago

Despite not turning a wheel since a positive pre-season test at the Circuit de Catalunya in February, the rate of development in Formula 1 is such that F1 teams, including Williams plan on bringing upgrades to their 2020 FW43 at the season-opening Grand Prix in Austria this weekend. Months of Read more…

Sylvan Adams – Canadian-Israeli philanthropist and backer of Williams development driver and F1 hopeful Roy Nissany – is targeting World Championship success from his involvement with the team. With Adams’ support Tel-Aviv born Nissany was announced as Williams development driver in January 2020 and with it became a poster boy Read more…

Williams Racing reveals new livery

By Michaelmad, ago

Ahead of the 2020 Formula 1 season, there was much intrigue around Williams’ livery for the forthcoming campaign. It was rumoured that ROKiT – Williams’ title sponsor of 12 months – would have an increased presence on the all-new-for-2020 FW43, and with their branding being primarily black and red, would Read more…

Last year, Formula 1 in association with Amazon Web Services, introduced a range of new graphics that contained ‘insights’ into key elements of the race, such as when a driver was likely to pit, how much life was left in each of his tyres, and how likely a driver behind Read more…

One might argue that of the teams that currently make up the Formula 1 grid, McLaren has the most in common with Williams Racing. Despite being founded by Kiwi Bruce McLaren in 1966, the team that came to intermittently dominate Formula 1 in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s really emerged Read more…

Whenever a big story breaks involving a Formula 1 team, it seems like the first place the journos head for opinion is to ex-drivers. Fortunately for them – less so for the team, Williams Racing have their fair share of outspoken, and often somewhat disgruntled, ex-drivers happy to weigh in Read more…

Williams wins 2020 Le Mans 24 hours

By Michaelmad, ago

Okay, okay. It’s not quite the world famous Le Mans 24 hour race we all know and love but its virtual equivalent – all racing having come to a standstill as a result of the dastardly COVID pandemic. A great achievement nonetheless and some much needed good news for the Read more…

Who will buy Williams?

By Michaelmad, ago

If, prior to the start of the 2020 F1 season, you’d taken 100 people with some knowledge of Williams Racing at random and asked them to name three potential buyers for the team should it be put up up for sale, you’d have heard the same names crop up time Read more…

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