TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Monisha KALTENBORN (Sauber), Vijay MALLYA (Force India), Claire WILLIAMS (Williams), Eric BOULLIER (McLaren), Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing), Marco MATTIACCI (Ferrari)
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams took a step forward with the upgrades it brought to Hungary but still expects a “really tight” battle with Red Bull and Ferrari on Saturday.
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams has made a step forward with an updated car during practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa are expecting a less competitive weekend for the Williams Formula 1 team in this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix
Although Williams did not come to the fore in Friday’s practices in Hungary, Sebastian Vettel has warned against writing them off…
Sebastian Vettel says he is wary of the overnight gains Williams could make after Friday’s practice sessions suggested Red Bull could be closer to the front than in previous races
Kevin Magnussen has spurned Felipe Massa’s overtures to clear the air between them. Massa has made no secret of the fact he felt Magnussen was totally in the wrong for their first-corner shunt in last Sunday’s German Grand Prix that resulted in him being flipped upside down in his Williams.
Fernando Alonso is concerned Ferrari is going backwards this year after slipping behind Williams in the constructors’ championship last weekend in Germany
Kevin Magnussen has brushed off Felipe Massa’s criticism following their accident at the German Grand Prix and says it is not worth talking to the Williams driver after his public comments on the crash
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams has benefitted from a change of approach in 2014 after reducing the amount of upgrades it brings to each race
Felipe Massa has suggested that the FIA needs to improve the quality its stewards after they focused on whether he was to blame for his accident with Kevin Magnussen at the German Grand Prix
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Watch the Williams Martini Racing car make its way onto a Type 45 Destroyer at Portsmouth’s Royal Naval Base. Williams is working with BAE Systems Maritime Services to promote the THINK Environment campaign, which aims to inspire people to consider the environment and create awareness of the energy efficiencies we make with our technology to support our Armed Forces, in a similar way to Williams. Williams Martini Racing
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg heads to Budapest looking to increase his world championship lead, but can he equal team mate Lewis Hamilton’s tally of five 2014 victories, or will Hamilton make it five wins in eight years at the Hungaroring? Or will a track that has a habit of throwing up interesting results favour the resurgent Williams team whose flying Finn Valtteri Bottas has taken three consecutive podium finishes
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on?
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on?
Williams driver fumes after collision at Hockenheim, but 21-year-old is vidicated in stewards’ report
Rob Smedley says he never would have predicted Williams would be third in the constructors’ championship at the mid-way stage of the season when he joined the team earlier this year
Williams’s hopes of hunting down Red Bull in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship will be boosted by a big update package coming for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas believes he can become F1 world champion with Williams at some point in the future
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on? Will Williams finally overhaul them
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on? Will Williams finally overhaul them?
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on? Will Williams finally overhaul them
Felipe Massa believes the latest generation of Formula One drivers are more accident prone than before
Fernando Alonso admits that it is difficult to see Ferrari reclaiming third place in the F1 constructors’ table from a resurgent Williams operation.
Claire Williams says Williams is targeting second in the constructors’ championship after moving ahead of Ferrari in to third
Red Bull insists that it cannot ignore Williams as a threat in the Formula 1 constructors’ championship, now that its Grove-based rival has hit a decent run of form.
Rosberg vola, Hamilton semina ma non raccoglie Il GP di Germania ha confermato la forza Mercedes, con Nico lanciatissimo e un Lewis che dà spettacolo ma ottiene meno. Cresce la Williams con Bottas. Al Cavallino c’è il solito leone Alonso e un Raikkonen che appare dimesso: 19 punti in 10 GP non sono giustificabili
Williams driver Valtteri Bottas talks to BBC Sport about his second-place finish at the German Grand Prix and his battle with Lewis Hamilton.
Williams introduced a new cooling solution on its FW36 this weekend at Germany by adding a series of small apertures on the legality fin of the airbox cover. The small extension on the airbox cover is there only to fit the minimum area rules of the bodywork, but Williams have found a new use by creating fins to provide engine cooling. Many teams have small apertures in this area for cooling, but Williams' solution surely is elaborate.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas achieved his third consecutive podium and the team's 300th podium at the German GP today. Felipe Massa's race unfortunately ended early after he was involved in a first corner incident with McLaren's Kevin Magnussen.
A third podium in a row left Formula One’s latest superstar Valtteri Bottas quietly happy, but suggested there was more to come from the revived Williams team.
Valtteri Bottas says the Williams Formula 1 team is now aiming for more than podiums after his third straight top-three finish in the German Grand Prix.
2014 German Grand Prix – Race NICO ROSBERG WINS HIS HOME GRAND PRIX WITH TWO-STOP STRATEGY HAMILTON MAKES UP 17 PLACES WITH THREE-STOP STRATEGY SOFT AND SUPERSOFT TYRES ENSURE CLOSE RACINGFROM START TO FINISH Hockenheim, July 20, 2014 – Nico Rosberg has extended his championship lead by winning his home grand prix, using a two-stop strategy with one stint on the P Zero Red supersoft followed by two stints on the P Zero Yellow soft tyre. It was the first time that Rosberg had ever finished on the podium at the German Grand Prix, but the 300th podium finish for Williams, courtesy of Valtteri Bottas – on the podium for the third consecutive time.
Williams’ dazzling run of form continued in Germany with Valtteri Bottas notching his third successive podium finish. The Finn’s second place lifted the Grove-based squad above Ferrari in the constructors’ standings, but as deputy team principal Claire Williams explains in this exclusive interview, Williams have already got their eye on catching second-placed Red Bull
Watch Felipe Massa has he flips his Williams in a crash on the first corner involving Kevin Magnussen of McLaren.
Valtteri Bottas says he and Williams needed to call on all their combined skills to keep Lewis Hamilton at bay and hold on to second place at the German Grand Prix
A third straight podium finish for Valtteri Bottas in the German Grand Prix sees Williams rise into the overall top three for the first time since 2008
Nico Rosberg admitted he was surprised to win the German Grand Prix so easily and not be challenged more closely by Williams
DRIVERS: 1 – Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), 2 – Valtteri Bottas (Williams), 3 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) PODIUM INTERVIEWS (Conducted by Kai Ebel) Q: Nico, how sweet is the taste of the home victory champagne? Nico Rosberg: It’s fantastic.
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg drove a faultless race at Hockenheim on Sunday afternoon to earn his first career victory on home soil. The German started from pole position and was never headed, whilst behind him Williams’ Valtteri Bottas drove superbly to take second place and see off a late charge from the recovering Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton, who started 20th and finished third
McLaren Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen said he had nowhere to go in his first-corner accident with Felipe Massa’s Williams in the German Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg cruised unchallenged to a home victory at Hockenheim as team-mate Lewis Hamilton traded a rocky path, with several changes of strategy, through the field from 20th on the grid to take third place by the chequered flag. Valtteri Bottas starred once again and gave Williams something to smile about with his second P2 […]
Nico Rosberg was back to winning ways in Germany as he romped to an easy victory ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton…
Williams driver Felipe Massa hits Kevin Magnussen’s McLaren at the first corner of the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany. Even though his car flipped dangerously he …
Nico Rosberg has won the German Grand Prix of 2014 in dominant fashion. He lead the race from start to finish, celebrating on the podium with Williams' Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in the second Silver Arrows.
Williams driver Felipe Massa is out of the German Grand Prix after flipping on the first corner of the race.
Williams driver Felipe Massa is out of the German Grand Prix after flipping on the first corner of the race.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished second with Felipe Massa third in a very hot qualifying session. Both drivers encountered no problems during the today's sessions and were happy with their car's balance.
Lotus have confirmed that Pastor Maldonado will continue to race with the team for a second season next year, having joined from Williams at the end of 2013. Maldonado, the 2010 GP2 Series champion, made his F1 debut in 2011 and went on to become the first Venezuelan to win a Grand Prix
Williams performance chief Rob Smedley says his team is watching out for McLaren after being impressed by Kevin Magnussen’s performance in qualifying for Formula 1′s German Grand Prix