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Robert Kubica has suggested Williams’ problems could have eased in 2018 had they listened to the drivers straightaway.
Sergey Sirotkin could be given a potential lifeline by Audi after being confirmed for a DTM test in Jerez.
Robert Kubica has said he has no fear whatsoever as he prepares to end his Formula 1 racing hiatus by driving for Williams in 2019.
Claire Williams has suggested that the Williams team will improve because of the fighting spirit that Robert Kubica will bring to the team.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe believes that the changes being made to front wings will improve the racing in F1.
Ex-Formula 1 driver, Mika Salo, has revealed that a disagreement over finances led to Sergey Sirotkin’s departure from Williams.
George Russell says he’s not in F1 to race for 19th or 20th so his goal as a Williams driver will be to help Robert Kubica push the team “forward.”
Sergey Sirotkin believed it was “quite obvious” that he would have a second season in F1 with Williams only to lose his race seat to Robert Kubica.
Formula 2 race winner Nicholas Latifi has signed with the Williams team as their reserve driver for the 2019 F1 season.
Robert Kubica’s decision to take on the reserve driver role for the Williams team was one of the key reasons as to why he has a race seat for 2019.
Williams are convinced Robert Kubica can do the job despite any limitations he still has as a result of the arm injury he sustained in 2011.
Lance Stroll has admitted that it was a tough year piloting the Williams in 2018, but that it “definitely built some character”.
George Russell has admitted that his first run in a Williams was positive, as he drove for the team in the Abu Dhabi tyre test.
Robert Kubica has admitted that several people have left the Williams team, who finished rock bottom of the table in 2018.
Williams have all but announced that Lance Stroll is off to Force India next season, thanking the Canadian for his efforts ahead of his “last” grand prix with the team.
Claire Williams has said Robert Kubica was given the 2019 drive after impressing during “a full evaluation process”.
Robert Kubica has sealed a remarkable return to racing action in Formula 1 after Williams officially announced him for the 2019 season.
Robert Kubica has hailed his full return to Formula 1 as “one of the greatest achievements of my life”.
Sergey Sirotkin has said he knew his time with Williams was coming to an end but “still can’t believe it is happening”.
Sergey Sirotkin’s backers, SMP Racing, have said that it was their decision to leave Williams due to poor team performance levels.
Yes, you have read that headline correctly…Sergey Sirotkin, with his one point, is top of Sky Sports’ Driver of the Year poll.
Sergey Sirotkin says he wants clarity from Williams amidst “unpleasant” reports claiming Robert Kubica will be announced as the team’s second driver later this week.
Departing Williams engineering chief, Rob Smedley, has said that the team must “attack all areas” if they are to put their performance woes firmly in the past.
Williams and Toro Rosso are all in on Pirelli’s hypersoft tyres in Abu Dhabi, taking 10 sets of the pink tyres.
Some Formula 1 fans have been tricked by a fake Robert Kubica account on Twitter, teasing news of a 2019 return.
Rob Smedley says he hopes to find a new challenge wherever his future lies after Williams revealed he’s leaving the team at the end of this season.
Robert Kubica reportedly has an offer to race for Williams in 2019 and will make a decision “within a few days”.
Friday saw five important men speak to the media, as the team principals press conference took place in between practice sessions in Brazil.
Williams have “not really developed” their FW41 since the season-opening race in Australia; so says Lance Stroll.
Deputy team principal Claire Williams has said it has come as “an enormous shock” to see Williams struggle this season.