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Backing George Russell to win a title, Williams CEO Jost Capito concedes it may not be with the Grove team with the Brit linked to a 2022 Mercedes seat.
Jamie Chadwick will continue with the Williams team this season, staying in her role as a development driver.
In reflecting on her role as deputy team principal, Claire Williams has questioned whether she had the right to hold that position.
Williams are reportedly set to become a customer and junior team of Alpine from the start of the 2022 season.
An update to previous reports indicates Haas will not be the new pink panthers of the grid any time soon after all.
Just when we thought F1 was no longer in the pink, sponsor BWT could be bringing their splash of colour back to the grid.
Williams have followed McLaren by rolling out their new car in a filming day at Silverstone, running the FW43B in a plain livery.
Nicholas Latifi rates Mr Saturday, George Russell, as the one of the “best” he has ever competed against.
Williams believe Nicholas Latifi’s debut F1 campaign may not have got the credit it deserved because of George Russell’s outstanding qualifying displays.
New season means new merchandise, and Williams have launched their fancy new look after joining forces with Umbro once again.
Nicholas Latifi has admitted he was disappointed the new regulations were delayed a year, but remains hopeful Williams can fight for points.
Racing in 23 grands prix, which include three triple-headers, Simon Roberts believes this year’s work load is “not sustainable” unless teams rotate staff.
Williams have confirmed that they will launch their challenger for the 2021 Formula 1 season, the FW43B, on March 5.
The sole engine manufacturer on the grid supplying just one team, Renault have reportedly made “contact” with Williams regarding a 2022 engine deal.
Claire Williams believes that people often forget the success that she enjoyed early on in her time as deputy team principal.
Formula 1’s new-for-2022 aerodynamic rules offer teams such as Williams a “great opportunity” to move away from the bottom of the grid, but with it comes “risk” says Simon Roberts.
McLaren’s move to Mercedes engines comes with a “certain amount of disadvantages” but also advantages, the latter of which Williams has “wasted” says Joe Saward.
Jenson Button, who has returned to Williams as a special advisor, says the team are looking to bring “change” to Formula 1.
Williams have confirmed that 2009 World Champion Jenson Button has returned to the team as special advisor on a multi-year deal.
Williams team principal Simon Roberts has revealed the new owners have a 10-year plan to help them become a renewed force in the future.
Making it into Q2 ten times last season, Simon Roberts reckons his Williams drivers had fun as “opposed to just driving around”.
Roy Nissany will continue in his role as Williams’ official test driver, the team announced on Tuesday.
Williams driver Nicholas Latifi has said the biggest challenge rookies face when joining Formula 1 is adjusting to the size of your new team.
New Williams team boss Simon Roberts says he has only “respect” for what Claire Williams did for the team.
Incoming Williams CEO Jost Capito is happy to keep the team’s legacy, but a “Williams 2.0” is needed to lead Formula 1.
Jost Capito, Williams’ incoming CEO, has admitted “miracles are not to be expected” as the team aim to improve their fortunes in 2021.
Claire Williams has admitted her emotional farewell to her family’s Formula 1 team, which marked the end of an era, had “felt horrible”.
Jack Aitken said Williams remain one of the possible options open to him for 2021 with talks between both parties ongoing.
Williams team principal Simon Roberts said he “assumes” that Mercedes junior George Russell will one day move on.
Jack Aitken says the response he received from fans in South Korea took him by surprise and wants to help continue to grow Formula 1 there.