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Sir Frank Williams dies

By Michaelmad, ago

The saddest post I’m ever likely to write here. Sir Frank Williams, the man whose vision and drive turned the Williams Grand Prix Team from a plucky little startup into the team that dominated Formula 1 for a decade, has passed away aged 79. “After being admitted into hospital on Read more…

Back in 2019/20, when the Williams Team faced an uncertain future in the face of mounting financial pressures, with a car that was a million miles off the pace, a shortage of parts, staff coming and going on a weekly basis among one structural review and reorganisation after another, Pirelli Read more…

American Formula 3 driver Logan Sargeant has joined Williams Racing’s Driver Academy after finishing 7th in this year’s F3 championship. Florida born Sargeant joins Jack Aitken, Roy Nissany and Jamie Chadwick in the team’s academy, slotting in the gap left by the outgoing Dan Ticktum, who was considered surplus to Read more…

Williams launches Global Fan Hub

By Michaelmad, ago

Williams Racing has launched a new ‘Global fan hub’ – a fan initiative to try and better engage with its fanbase in the midst of the team’s best Formula 1 season in some time. Netflix’s Drive to survive series – a sort of docu-soap that follows a number of different Read more…

Williams to stop development of FW43B

By Michaelmad, ago

Williams Racing have confirmed that they won’t bring any further updates to their FW43B car in the remaining 6 races of the 2021 Formula 1 season, focusing instead on the development of the 2022 FW44. With Williams sitting nicely in 8th position in the Formula 1 Constructors championship table, and Read more…

The Williams Formula 1 Team is the latest organisation to rise to the challenge of environmental sustainability by becoming the first F1 team to sign up to the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework, and pledging to be carbon positive within the next decade. Carbon positive is the process Read more…

2021 Turkish Grand Prix: Wet willies

By Michaelmad, ago

From a Williams Racing point of view, the Turkish Grand Prix kind of came and went without so much as a ‘Merhaba’ (Turkish for ‘hello’ – I looked it up). After a dry Friday during where George Russell found himself again hovering just outside the top ten, rain was forecast Read more…

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