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At the end of 1999, on the back of third place in the British Formula 3 Championship and a second place at the Macau Grand Prix, a 19-year-old Jenson Button signed a three year contract with Williams for 2000, filling the void left by Alex Zanardi‘s departure. In reality Button Read more…

Formula 1’s Managing Director of motorsport Ross Brawn has given his opinion about the source of Williams’ current struggles. Williams slumped to their worst ever finish in a Formula 1 World Championship in 2018, ending the season bottom of both World Drivers’ and World Constructors’ Championships, amassing a measly seven Read more…

I’m on par with other drivers: Kubica

By Michaelmad, ago

Robert Kubica is quickly approaching his first full season in Formula 1 for eight years, but he isn’t allowing his absence to dull his confidence and enthusiasm ahead of what he knows will be a tough campaign. With the shakeup in aerodynamic regulations for the 2019 F1 season, much of Read more…

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas has given his support to his former team Williams and the direction they’ve taken after enduring a torrid couple of seasons culminating in a season long struggle with a fundamentally flawed FW41 leaving the team in their worst ever drivers’ and constructors’ championship position. Indeed, Read more…

Zak Brown has supported Williams’ stance to remain independent in an ever changing Formula 1 where many smaller, formerly autonomous teams are partnering with ‘works’ outfits in order to reduce costs, the need for in-house resource and improve performance. They do this in exchange for providing their parent team with Read more…

Williams 2018 season review part two

By Michaelmad, ago

Part two of my Williams 2018 Formula 1 season review. Check out part one here. Hungarian Grand Prix Having made it through to Q2, Williams’ Lance Stroll was forced to start the race from the pitlane after changing front wing under parc-ferme conditions from the newly introduced latest-spec but limited Read more…

Williams 2018 year in review part one

By Michaelmad, ago

Happy 2019 Williams fans! One of the things that make me happiest about the new year (in a sporting sense y’understand), is that it heralds the end of an utterly heinous 2018 for the Williams Formula 1 Team. They say you learn more in defeat than you do in victory, Read more…

Race Retro International Motorsport Show is Europe’s number 1 historic motorsport show. Now in its 41st year, Race Retro, held at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire from the 22nd to the 24th of February 2019 features a number of halls that are always jam-packed with legendary cars from series across the Read more…

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