Williams FW42

By Michaelmad, ago

The Williams FW42 is the car Britain’s George Russell and Pole Robert Kubica will use to challenge for the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship. Both drivers will be competing for Williams in F1 for the first time – George Russell comes to the team as 2018 F2 Champion and Robert Read more…

Williams FW18

By Michaelmad, ago

An evolution of the previous season’s car that performed so admirably, the main visual difference between the Williams FW17 and the FW18 were the mandatory safety elements introduced by the FIA for 1996. Higher head protection on either side of the cockpit and a lower seating position for the driver Read more…

Williams FW19

By Michaelmad, ago

The Williams FW19 was again an evolution of the mega-successful FW18 which swept to both titles in 1996. Despite this, Williams weren’t to find winning as easy as they did in 1996 – Schumacher and Ferrari had developed a strong car and they were to be serious competition throughout the Read more…

Williams FW20

By Michaelmad, ago

The Williams FW20 as the first Williams for eight years without any input from Adrian Newey, and the first without ‘Renault’ power for a decade. For 1998 Williams would be powered by a ‘Mecachrome’ which was essentially a rebadged 1997 Renault engine, which, in the fast-paced world of Formula 1 Read more…

Williams FW21

By Michaelmad, ago

Again decked out in Winfield red (albeit with a great deal more white), and again an evolution of the previous year’s car the Williams FW21 was more tightly packaged than its predecessor, and slightly more angular. This was Williams’ second season of a transitional period between a works engine deal Read more…

Williams FW22

By Michaelmad, ago

Another evolution of the previous year’s Williams FW21, the FW22 heralded the beginning of an exciting new partnership between Williams and BMW, who powered Nelson Piquet and Brabham to two world championships in the early 1980s. Geoff Willis’ input had refined the aerodynamics on the FW22 to be extremely efficient Read more…

Williams FW23

By Michaelmad, ago

With the FW23, Williams’ chassis and BMW engine were well matched, and this translated into a string of excellent results, including four victories over the course of the season. One for CART Champion and Formula 1 rookie Juan-Pablo Montoya, and three for Ralf Schumacher in his third year with the Read more…

Williams FW24

By Michaelmad, ago

The Williams FW24’s main strength was the mega-powerful BMW V10, which compensated for the car’s comparatively (to Ferrari and McLaren) inferior aerodynamics. This allowed drivers Ralf Schumacher and Juan-Pablo Montoya to compete with, but seldom beat the all conquering Ferrari team with its F2002 in the hands of Michael Schumacher, Read more…

Williams FW25

By Michaelmad, ago

The FW25 was a completely new design after BMW showed signs of discontent at the performance of its predecessor in 2002. Despite showing early promise with a potential win in the opening round at Albert Park in Melbourne (which became an actual second place, following a spin by Juan Pablo Read more…

Williams FW26

By Michaelmad, ago

Unlike the previous season when it took the Williams team our or five races to get up to speed, it was hoped that, after a strong finish to 2003 and an impressive pre-season, the Williams FW26 would hit the ground running, earning big points from the outset. This was not Read more…

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