Australian Alan Jones won Williams’ Formula 1 World Championship in 1980 with the beautifully engineered Williams FW07 that outpaced the might of Team Lotus, Ferrari and Renault in Williams’ third season in the sport. Following in the footsteps of his father Stan – winner of the 1959 Australian Grand Prix, Read more…

In an article on motorsport.com about Robert Kubica’s future options, published today Roberto Chinchero writes with an air of assuredness that ‘Williams needs to commercialise its second seat’. Kubica is expected to have access to a larger amount of funding than before, however, it’s seemingly not enough to match the apparent Read more…

Happy Birthday Williams’ Lance Stroll

By Michaelmad, ago

Happy Birthday Lance Stroll! Lance Stroll wasn’t your typical teenager; son of multi-billionaire parents and driving racing cars across the world for a ‘living’, but he today marks the end of his teenage years. So I just thought I’d take a couple of minutes to wish him a very happy Read more…

Unremarkable Mexican Grand Prix for Williams

By Michaelmad, ago

The Mexican Grand Prix. “Again two cars home in good condition, which is a positive for the team.” – Paddy Lowe “The way we managed the final stint doing 58 laps on the prime tyres was absolutely mega.” – Sergey Sirotkin Not the tub-thumping, heart-rate increasing, passionate, William Wallace-like soundbites Read more…

Kubica could leave Williams – join Ferrari

By Michaelmad, ago

It’s every Formula 1 driver’s dream to drive for Ferrari. And that dream could be a step closer for Williams’ Robert Kubica if rumours circulating the USGP paddock are to be believed. Current Ferrari development driver Daniil Kvyat is moving back to fill the seat at Toro Rosso vacated by Read more…

Texas Beat: Tough USGP for Williams

By Michaelmad, ago

Nice Superted reference eh?? Even Spottyman couldn’t have zapped life into Williams’ pair of FW41s at this weekend’s USGP as both drivers failed to make it out of Q3, gained a couple of places thanks to grid penalties elsewhere, then lost them again on lap one where each Williams found Read more…

Williams Martini Racing’s reserve driver Robert Kubica finds himself on the team’s shortlist for a race seat for next year. Along with Esteban Ocon, current Williams driver Sergey Sirotkin and bookies’ outsider Artem Markelov, he is one of the four drivers currently being weighed up by the team with a Read more…

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