Although conceding that Red Bull are "far from where" they expected to be, Christian Horner is confident they are making progress…
Williams test driver Susie Wolff will return to action in practice at next week’s Spanish GP as the Scot continues her quest to become the first female driver to start a F1 race for over forty years.
Rob Smedley says Williams is now focusing on ‘tuning’ its car having made significant strides over the last 12 months.
Lotus’ Romain Grosjean is hoping its latest updates will help it bridge the half-second gap to Williams ahead of it.
Legendary F1 team owner Sir Frank Williams has “no plans to retire”, according to his daughter and deputy Claire.
Valtteri Bottas is confident a good rate of development will see Williams make in-roads on Mercedes and Ferrari before the F1 season is out.
• Claire Williams insists 73-year-old father will remain in charge • Williams team on right track despite the £42.5m loss in 2014Sir Frank Williams will remain in …
• Claire Williams insists 73-year-old father will remain in charge • Williams team on right track despite the £42.5m loss in 2014Sir Frank Williams will …
Claire Williams believes F1 should consider running European races later in the day in order to increase the sport’s popularity.
Williams announce a loss of £42.5m in 2014, blaming the deficit on a “hangover” from the team’s ninth-placed finish in 2013.
• Williams paid staff £2m in bonus for third place in constructors’ table• Figures misleading as it does not represent upturn in fortunes• Symonds: Williams are close to Mercedes …
• Williams paid staff £2m in bonus despite loss• Figures misleading as it does not represent recent upturn in fortunes• Symonds: Williams are close to Mercedes but no win …
The 660 staff at Williams’ base in Oxfordshire each received £3,000 for finishing third in the constructors’ championship
Williams have reported a loss of £34.3m for 2014, although are expecting next year’s results to be “materially more favourable” in the wake of their on-track renaissance over the past 12 months.
Williams Grand Prix Holdings announces losses for 2014, but insists its strong performance on track last year will lead to a financial turnaround
Williams has reported that its Formula 1 team lost UKP42.5million last year, as its entire group lost UKP34.3million
The news that Williams Grand Prix Holdings, the parent group of the Williams F1 team, has announced a loss for 2014 of £34.3 million ($52 million) should not be seen as the disaster that it might, at first appear. Accounting is on complicated world and for example the company’s sponsorship for 2014 from Pastor Maldonado […]
Williams Grand Prix Holdings, the parent group of the Williams F1 team, today announced its financial results for the year end 2014 with a whopping £34.3m loss. It is likely to be the nadir in the group’s financial situation, as a combination of factors combined to cause the results; the huge escalation in 2014 costs […]
Williams Grand Prix Holdings has reported a loss of £34.3m for 2014 – but the company insists that this year will see a much better financial performance. Revenues were down from £130.4m to £90.2m, but the much better results achieved … Continue reading →
Williams Grand Prix Holdings has reported a loss of £34.5m for 2014 – but the company insists that this year will see a much better financial performance. Revenues were down from £130.4m to £90.2m, but the much better results achieved … Continue reading →
Claire Williams says that her team can’t be too dissatisfied with the start of the season despite coming into it with ambitions to lead the chase of Ferrari. The Williams has clearly been the third best car this season, although … Continue reading →
Mercedes has ‘gone out of its way’ to ensure all four teams receive parity in its engine supply, according to Williams’ Rob Smedley.
Williams pair Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa believe upgrades to the FW37 for the start of the European season will only help the team try and cure their early-season tyre degradation issues.
Williams must develop faster if it is to stop Mercedes and Ferrari running away at the head of the Formula 1 field, says its performance chief Rob Smedley
Williams must develop faster if it is to stop Mercedes and Ferrari running away at the head of the Formula 1 field, says its performance chief Rob Smedley
The Bahrain Grand Prix proved that Valtteri Bottas has now recovered from the back injury which has dogged the start of his season and the Finn is convinced that the latest raft of developments from Williams will allow the Grove outfit to get after Ferrari, starting with the Spanish Grand Prix in three weeks. Having […]
Claire Williams has vowed money is no object to her team’s ambition of beating Ferrari and Mercedes in 2015 – even if the Scuderia’s rumoured winter spending spree dwarfed the Grove outfit’s entire annual budget.
Felipe Massa’s F1 Bahrain Grand Prix already appeared compromised even before Pastor Maldonado took a bit out of the Williams’ diffuser…
Williams Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa says his hopes of recovering from a pitlane start were ruined when Pastor Maldonado hit him in the early stages of the Bahrain GP
Felipe Massa saw a good race result slip through his hands even before the Grand Prix started, with the Williams team strulling to fire up his car due to a sensor issue. The Brazilian eventually finished 10th but was left frustrated.
Valtteri Bottas doesn’t expect Williams will challenge Mercedes or Ferrari, but feels there isn’t a threat from behind either.
LEWIS HAMILTON, ON NEW SOFT TYRES, CLAIMS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE POLE POSITION: HIS FIRST IN BAHRAIN TWO STOPS THE MOST LIKELY STRATEGY FOR TOMORROW’S RACE MERCEDES, FERRARI, WILLIAMS AND THE TORO ROSSO OF SAINZ ARE THE ONLY CARS IN TOP 10 WITH ONE NEW SET OF SOFT TYRES AVAILABLE FOR THE RACE Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has kept up his clean sweep of all the pole positions so far this season, using the P Zero Yellow soft tyre – nominated together with the P Zero White medium this weekend – to claim his first pole in Bahrain. Qualifying in Bahrain got underway in the evening with a track temperature of 31 degrees and ambient temperature of 26 degrees. Temperatures continued to fall as the session went on: a track characteristic that will repeat itself during tomorrow’s race, which starts at the same time.
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull Racing could be within “striking range” of Williams in the 2015 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Williams Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas has revealed that the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend is the first time that he has felt no pain since his early-season back injury
Lewis Hamilton makes it four from four this season as he takes pole in Bahrain while Seb Vettel will join him on the front row of the grid…
Williams’ chief technical officer has turned the team around since he arrived two years ago and he has now set his immediate sights on supplanting Ferrari as the main challengers …
Felipe Massa “not so happy” with the balance of his Williams after day one in Bahrain: “I’m sure the car can be better compared to what I did today so I just need to concentrate a little bit more…”
Valtteri Bottas says he expects Williams to be strong in qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix and is hopeful they can challenge Ferrari, although the race could be another matter
Nico Rosberg topped the charts in Bahrain’s second practice, outpacing team-mate Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen…
Felipe Massa insists the gap to Mercedes and Ferrari doesn’t represent a ‘disaster’ but admits it needs to make gains in tyre management.
Williams head of performance Rob Smedley paid his old pal Felipe Massa a big compliment in China last week when he said that the Brazilian was driving better than ever in 2015. Today Massa was a little reticent when asked … Continue reading →
Romain Grosjean reckons it won’t be until the start of the European season before Lotus know whether they’ll be able to really challenge Williams.
The Felipe Massa of 2015 is driving just as well as he did in 2008, according to Williams race engineer Rob Smedley.
Williams needs to understand why it has struggled to make Formula 1′s soft tyre work if it is to challenge Mercedes and Ferrari, says performance chief Rob Smedley
The Williams driver feels the Bahrain International Circuit will provide him plenty of opportunities to make inroads in the race
Felipe Massa is currently driving better than at any other point in his Formula 1 career and is still improving, according to Williams performance chief Rob Smedley
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas accept that Williams has now fallen back to being Formula 1′s third-fastest team
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene insists that Kimi Raikkonen can deliver this season – but he has to feel that he has the full support of the Italian team. The Finn finished fourth in China after passing both Williams drivers on … Continue reading →