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Deputy team principal, Claire Williams, is “not particularly happy” with Formula 1’s two-tier system which is stunting competition and growth in the sport.
Motorsport UK chairman David Richards says there is a “distinct” danger of Williams and Racing Point folding in the ongoing crisis.
With his Formula 1 debut on hold, Nicholas Latifi says he’s not nervous as it feels as if his Williams promotion is a continuation of last year’s work.
Williams and McLaren have both announced an early shutdown after the United Kingdom locked down the country in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
George Russell has said he will try to stop “fannying around” at the back of the grid once Formula 1 racing resumes again.
Claire Williams admits she is concerned for her team’s financial stability with Formula 1 at a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Alan Jones has defended Claire Williams in the wake of criticism about how she has overseen the plight of her family’s team in Formula 1.
The coronavirus is the headline news in F1 but don’t think for a moment that the seven teams opposed to the Ferrari FIA settlement are letting that slip quietly away.
George Russell isn’t expecting miracles when Williams takes to the Albert Park circuit, saying the team still has the “slowest car” on the grid.
Ex-Formula 1 driver, Giedo van der Garde, has doubts over whether new Williams driver Nicholas Latifi is good enough to be in Formula 1.
Claire Williams believes George Russell has all the ingredients to become a Formula One world champion – and will not stand in his way if Mercedes call on him to partner Lewis Hamilton next year.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams believes Racing Point’s 2020 model “wouldn’t work” for her team.
Robert Kubica believes if Williams had produced a better car last season, he would be preparing for a second campaign back on the grid.
The 2020 Formula One season is now so close we can practically taste it, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.
Claire Williams feels she has to hide that she’s a mother with a “lot of people in the Formula One paddock” blaming that for Williams’ decline.
George Russell believes Williams have “reduced the gap” to the midfield teams, but still expects to be driving the “slowest” car in 2020.
Williams’ George Russell says the team had a “small issue” with their Mercedes PU on Friday as the reliability issues in testing continued.
With one of the smallest budgets in F1, Claire Williams says Williams would have benefitted from the budget cap coming into effect this season.
Claire Williams has said the Netflix series ‘Drive to Survive’ will allow the team to tell their own story on the struggles of the 2019 season.
Robert Kubica is loving the differences between last year’s Williams F1 car and his new ride, the Alfa Romeo C39.
Suffering a third engine related breakdown in testing, Williams deputy team boss Claire Williams says it is a “little frustrating”.
While very “proud” of their independent model, Williams deputy principal Claire Williams says that wouldn’t stand in the way of change.
Williams’ FW43 is “definitely” a step in the right direction, however, Nicholas Latifi concedes the team has not solved all its issues with the new car.
Nicholas Latifi may be taking part in his first season in F1 but George Russell isn’t fooled by his rookie status.
Only the first week of pre-season testing is complete, but George Russell thinks there is “no way” Williams are as far off their rivals as in 2019.
Last year Williams only left the pits after lunch on Day 3, this year the team was the very first out on track as pre-season testing began in Spain.
What a difference a year makes. George Russell felt a lot more confident driving the Williams car on Wednesday compared to this time 12 months ago.
Robert Kubica has described the Williams FW42 of last year as a “mobile chicane” in an interview with a Polish publication.
Although dreaming of a better season for Williams, deputy team boss Claire Williams concedes no “miracles” await her team in 2020.
After only leaving the pits midway through the third day of last year’s pre-season testing, Williams had cause for celebrations on Monday as the FW43 had an early shakedown run.