Williams’ development driver Jamie Chadwick has triumphed in the inaugural W-series championship, beating off stiff competition from a hand picked selection of the world’s best female racing drivers, sealing herself a $500k prize pot with which to further her racing career. The W-series was launched earlier this year to a Read more…
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News from the world of Williams Formula 1, with updates throughout the season and pre-season, rounding up the latest news, gossip and ill-informed opinion about the Williams F1 team and their campaign to succeed against the might of Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull.
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Williams, founded in 1977 by Sir Frank Williams who remains Team Principal are an independent Formula 1 team.
Powered by Mercedes engines, and with Polish driver Robert Kubica and Britain’s George Russell at the wheel in 2019, it is hoped that Williams can build on their disastrous 2018 campaign with a new car – the Williams FW42, a brand new driver line-up and a brand new impetus to succeed.
Paddy Lowe is chief technical office and Claire Williams, daughter of Sir Frank is deputy team principal with responsible for the day-to-day running of the team and strategic direction.