The Williams Formula 1 team has elected to change the steering assembly on Valtteri Bottas’ car for the Japanese Grand Prix, following the problems that compromised him in Singapore
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams’ performance in Singapore suggests it can challenge Mercedes for pole position at the Japanese Grand Prix
Felipe Massa has praised Williams for continuing development on its 2014 car to help its battle with Ferrari in the constructors’ championship
Felipe Massa believes Williams has shown it is capable of beating his old team Ferrari in the constructors’ championship this year
After a tense race in Singapore threw the 2014 world championship fight wide open, the teams and drivers head to Japan and one of the most celebrated and iconic circuits on the calendar – Suzuka. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Felipe Massa is confident Williams will be even more competitive in the Japanese Grand Prix than it was in Singapore
After a tense race in Singapore threw the 2014 world championship fight wide open, the teams and drivers head to Japan and one of the most celebrated and iconic circuits on the calendar – Suzuka. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix discuss their prospects
The battle for third in the standings is set to intensify at Suzuka with Ferrari’s James Allison saying they are “determined” to beat Williams…
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the team is “determined” to beat Williams to third place in the constructors’ championship
After a tense race in Singapore threw the 2014 world championship fight wide open, the teams and drivers head to Japan and one of the most celebrated and iconic circuits on the calendar – Suzuka. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Rob Smedley says Williams’ improved operational organisation and an aerodynamic upgrade for Japan shows the team is moving in the right direction for both the end of 2014 and next season
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes the team’s improved performance in Singapore showed they are making genuine progress with their car as they aim to overhaul Williams in the standings.
Fernando Alonso has no doubts Ferrari can overhaul Williams for third in the constructors’ championship before the end of 2014
Williams believes aerodynamic upgrades plus recent operational success, combined with circuits that should suit its 2014 Formula 1 car, should help carry the fight to Ferrari in the world championship
Fernando Alonso is confident the Ferrari Formula 1 team will overhaul rival Williams for third place in the constructors’ championship before the 2014 season ends
Felipe Massa tells Crash.net he is likely to end his F1 career at Williams after feeling the team “really respects” him, something which had changed at Ferrari
Felipe Massa sat down with Crash.net in Singapore to talk about the 12 months since he lost his Ferrari drive and why he feels so much happier at Williams
Fernando Alonso is at the centre of every rumour known to man. He’s going to Red Bull, McLaren, Lotus and Williams and, because he hasn’t denied being on the grassy knoll in Dallas in 1963, he is also thought to have been one of 13 shooters who assassinated President John F Kennedy. He may also […]
Two senior figures in F1 who are currently working with young drivers have compared them to two of the biggest names in the Sport’s history. Red Bull’s motorsport director Helmut Marko has compared his new 16 year old signing Max Verstappen to Ayrton Senna, while Williams technical chief Pat Symonds says that Valtteri Bottas is […]
Rob Smedley believes that Williams can be as good as any other team in the F1 pit-lane if it continues to hone its operations as it has throughout 2014.
Sunday’s win in Singapore means the Brit has replaced team-mate Rosberg at the top of the drivers’ table but Williams legend says he cannot relax yet
Performance chief Rob Smedley reckons the way the Williams Formula 1 team operated in the Singapore Grand Prix is the best he’s seen since he joined the squad.
Rob Smedley praised the Williams F1 team’s management of the Singapore GP, but admitted that an enforced change of strategy damaged its chances of getting both cars home in the points.
Felipe Massa says he drove “like a grandmother” in order to keep his Williams Formula 1 car’s tyres alive long enough to finish fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix
Felipe Massa says he drove “like a grandmother” in order to keep his Williams Formula 1 car’s tyres alive long enough to finish fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix
Kimi Raikkonen says getting stuck behind the Williams cars in the Singapore Grand Prix was ���f***ing up my tyres���
Kimi Raikkonen says getting stuck behind the Williams cars in the Singapore Grand Prix was f***ing up my tyres
Felipe Massa says he had to crawl home for fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix after Williams decided not to bring him in for fresh tyres during the safety car period
Valtteri Bottas thinks his Williams Formula 1 car’s steering problem was to blame for his tyres tipping over the edge on the final lap of the Singapore Grand Prix
Williams' Felipe Massa finished fifth and Valtteri Bottas eleventh in an eventful Singapore Grand Prix. Despite the late-race struggle, the team managed to maintain third place in the Constructors' Championship.
Lewis Hamilton salvaged the Singapore GP for Mercedes with a win as Nico Rosberg retired while there was a double podium for Red Bull…
It’s another all-Mercedes front row in Singapore but Red Bull, Ferrari and Williams are well placed after a close qualifying session
Felipe Massa says Williams immediately found a way of solving its tyre issues which had plagued the team during Friday practice, allowing it to be competitive in qualifying in Singapore
Felipe Massa says the Williams Formula 1 team’s return to form on Saturday at the Singapore Grand Prix was down to it getting on top of tyre temperature problems
Felipe Massa believes Williams is now in a position to get a good result at the Singapore Grand Prix after resolving its Friday practice issues
Williams' Felipe Massa qualified sixth and Valtteri Bottas eighth for tomorrow’s Singapore Grand Prix. The team have been working overnight to improve the performance of the Williams Mercedes FW36 and the gap in pace has been closed relative to our closest Championship rivals.
Lewis Hamilton edged Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg by just 0.007s to claim his sixth pole position of the season in a hugely competitive qualifying session at Marina Bay on Saturday evening. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel claimed third and fourth, while Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso saw off the challenge of Williams’ Felipe Massa to take fifth
Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for the Singapore GP after beating Nico Rosberg by 0.007s while Dan Ricciardo was third fastest…
Singapore Grand Prix Friday press conference with team chiefs from McLaren, Williams, Sauber, Caterham, Toro Rosso and Force India F1 squads
Both Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were left surprised by their pace in FP2 after struggling to improve significantly on the supersoft tyre
Team Representatives – Franz Tost (Toro Rosso), Vijay Mallya (Force India), Manfredi Ravetto (Caterham), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Claire Williams (Williams) Q: If I could I begin with a question to all of you? Obviously there have been changes today to the team radio ban
Both Williams drivers were concerned about their lack of pace on Friday at the Singapore Grand Prix after finishing the second practice session in 17th and 18th
Williams duo Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa both remain convinced they can deliver a victory for the team before the end of the year having been on the podium five times between the pair so far.
Lewis Hamilton restores Mercedes to top spot on the F1 practice timesheets, as Rosberg, Williams and Vettel endure mixed sessions in Singapore.
Jenson Button believes McLaren could have the beating of Williams at the Singapore Grand Prix as the result of a large package of upgrades
The FIA has issued a further clarification on its radio clampdown ahead of the Singapore GP after teams and drivers raised concerns about the ban as it previously stood.
Four times this season Williams’ Valtteri Bottas has finished on the podium, but that all-important first victory still eludes him. However, according to Bottas, six rounds remaining means six more chances to put that right. First, though, he has to get to grips with the clampdown on pit-to-car radio messages – something he believes could have cost him race finishes earlier in the year
Daniel Ricciardo has been put on notice by Williams F1 rival Valtteri Bottas, as the Finn aims for a first win to help snatch third in the championship from the new Red Bull favourite.
Valtteri Bottas says the Williams Formula 1 team is focused on beating Ferrari to third place in this year’s constructors’ championship rather than trying to catch Red Bull for second
Valtteri Bottas admits Williams is likely to find Singapore more difficult than the Italian Grand Prix but hopes new parts helps it fight with Red Bull and Ferrari