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Launch season plans are all-but pencilled in with details emerging from the presentations of Alfa Romeo, Williams and Haas.
Claire Williams is looking for “more of the same” from George Russell, but realises it is on the team to provide him a good car to do exactly that.
Despite billing his 2020 season as a “stepping stone to F1”, Claire Williams says there are no guarantees Roy Nissany will make the cut in 2021.
Williams will avoid a repeat of last year’s failure to make the opening days of testing, that’s according to deputy team boss Claire Williams.
Williams driver, Nicholas Latifi, has revealed why he has chosen the number six to race with in the upcoming 2020 Formula 1 campaign.
Claire Williams is excited to work with Dan Ticktum, whose simulator work resulted in the “guys saying he was one of the best drivers they’ve ever seen”.
Deputy team principal, Claire Williams, has revealed the team have a “healthy racing budget” for the upcoming 2020 Formula 1 season.
Williams’ deputy principal Claire Williams says the team has passed their crash tests with the 2020 car, most of them at the first attempt.
George Russell says Williams’ rate of development gives him hope of being in the midfield battle this year, if nobody else improves.
Former Formula 2 driver Roy Nissany has been unveiled as Williams’ test driver for the 2020 season.
Williams’ former head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley is uncomfortable with the team’s view that their situation can’t get any worse.
Robert Kubica has dismissed the suggestion of Pirelli’s tyres being behind his and Williams’ 2019 struggles as a “cheap excuse”.
David Coulthard feels George Russell’s “strong talent” and Mercedes ties ensure that the future is bright for the 21-year-old.
Williams have confirmed the Royal Bank of Canada as their latest new sponsor ahead of the 2020 season.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen says he doesn’t see his team entering a spiral of decline like McLaren and more recently Williams suffered.
Williams has confirmed their partnership with major sponsors Unilever has come to an end, who are now sponsors of McLaren.
Williams and Michael Latifi have forged a closer partnership via a new and expanded deal with his food product manufacturing company Sofina Foods.
Williams has announced that Lavazza, long-term backers of Nicholas Latifi, will be an official partner of the team for the 2020 season.
Jamie Chadwick has been retained by Williams for the upcoming 2020 season and will continue on in a developmental role with the team.
Williams appear to have lost another major sponsor in Rexona, according to Polish sports outlet Sportowe Fakty.
Claire Williams believes that it was necessary for Williams to hit rock bottom in 2019, but says they can’t let it happen again.
Williams’ deputy team principal Claire Williams says her team refuse to be defined by their struggles over the past two seasons.
Williams have announced a deal that sees them relinquish a majority equity stake in their sister company Williams Advanced Engineering.
Claire Williams says that she and her team have been “blown away” by George Russell in his first season on the grid.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams says the team are treating 2019 and 2020 as one long campaign to prepare for 2021.
Nicholas Latifi says he is eager to pit himself against George Russell, who whitewashed Robert Kubica in this year’s qualifying.
Renault F1’s former chassis technical chief Nick Chester could be heading to Williams for 2020, according to a report by Motorsport.com.
Red Bull reject Dan Ticktum has signed as Williams’ development driver, joining the team’s driver academy.
2019 proved to be a dismal campaign for Williams, but George Russell expects to be “in the fight” with the midfield next season.
George Russell, already in the frame for a Mercedes race seat in the years to come, could be a “truly exceptional F1 driver” according to Dave Robson.