After unexpectedly arriving late to pre-season testing in February of last year, Williams suffered their worst season in Formula 1 to date, registering just a single point in the entire campaign, never quite recovering from that stuttering start. Claire Williams, Williams’ Deputy Team Principal has now revealed that failures in Read more…

Recently, Formula 1 World champion Lewis Hamilton and nine-time  motorcycle World Champion Valentino Rossi exchanged machinery as part of promotional event at the Circuit Riccardo Tormo in Valencia organised by mutual sponsor Monster Energy Drinks (other energy drinks are available). Rossi took to the track to do a number of Read more…

Williams has announced that it will officially partner with Italian coffee manufacturer Lavazza for the 2020 Formula 1 season. Founded in Turin, Italy in 1895 by Luigi Lavazza whose family still have a controlling interest in the company, Lavazza is one of the leading coffee roasters in the world and Read more…

Sofina ramps up Williams sponsorship

By Michaelmad, ago

Canadian food manufacturer Sofina has expanded their sponsorship deal with the Williams Formula 1 team for the 2020 Formula 1 season. Sofina, owned by Williams driver Nicholas Latifi‘s father Michael began their association with the team ahead of the 2019 season, coinciding with Latifi junior being appointed reserve driver for Read more…

Inaugural W Series champ and Williams’ development driver for 2019 Jamie Chadwick is to remain with the team for 2020, Williams has announced. “I am delighted to confirm that Jamie Chadwick will continue her work in the Williams Racing Driver Academy this year” said Claire Williams, Williams Deputy Team Principal Read more…

Williams Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams has admitted that the team hit rock bottom in 2019, and has urged her team not to allow it to happen again. Williams scored just a single point – the lowest championship total in their entire 40-some-odd year involvement in Formula 1 – in Read more…

Kubica signs for Alfa Romeo

By Michaelmad, ago

Former Williams driver Robert Kubica has been announced as reserve driver for the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team for 2020 – the team with which he began his F1 journey in 2006. With him goes sponsorship from ORLEN – the Polish petrochemical company that financed his return with Williams – Read more…

Williams sells majority stake in WAE

By Michaelmad, ago

Williams Grand Prix Holdings PLC, the public listed company controlled by the Williams family that owns the Williams Formula 1 team has sold its majority stake in Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) – the technology arm of the business for an undisclosed sum. The Williams Group retain a ‘significant minority’ stake. Read more…

Williams’ George Russell insists he’s happy with how his career is progressing despite a lean debut season in Formula 1. Williams’ poor form has largely prevented Russell from competing with anyone but his team-mate in 2019, but the Kings Lynn born driver sees the achievements of his F2 rivals from Read more…

The 2019 Formula 1 season is one most people connected to the Williams Formula 1 team will be keen to consign to the history books, but we’re not completely done with it quite yet according to Claire Williams, daughter of founder Sir Frank Williams and current Deputy Team Principal of ROKiT Read more…

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