Felipe Massa insists he already feels at home with his new team as he prepares for his Williams debut in Melbourne
Suzi Perry is joined by David Coulthard, Ben Edwards and Allan McNish to discuss a whole range of topics ahead of the new Formula 1 season.
Suzi Perry is joined by David Coulthard, Ben Edwards and Allan McNish to discuss a whole range of topics ahead of the new Formula 1 season.
After a winter in which they have coped with a huge rule change, introducing complex hybrid turbo engines, the F1 teams arrive in Melbourne less well prepared for the first race than at any time in recent memory. Only Mercedes and Williams can be said to have achieved the 5,000km target mileage in the three winter tests, while Ferrari were not far off with 500km less. Others, like Red Bull (1,700km) and their fellow Renault powered teams including last year’s Melbourne winners Lotus, are underprepared and will find Melbourne a struggle this year.
No race in Jenson Button’s 247-grand prix career will be as challenging for him as this Sunday’s season opener in Melbourne’s Albert Park. He made his Formula One debut there with Williams back in 2000, and now faces racing for the first time since the death on 12 January of his beloved father John, a hugely popular figure in the paddock.
No race in Jenson Button’s 247-grand prix career will be as challenging for him as this Sunday’s season opener in Melbourne’s Albert Park. He made his Formula One debut there with Williams back in 2000, and now faces racing for the first time since the death on 12 January of his beloved father John, a hugely popular figure in the paddock.
Valtteri Bottas is confident his Williams Martini Mercedes will prove a reliable contender during the Australian Grand Prix opener.
In his lengthy F1 career, Williams’ technical director Pat Symonds has had to deal with more than one major regulation change, though few have been as substantial as the ones introduced for the 2014 season. Ahead of this weekend’s season opener, the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix, we spoke to the experienced engineer about overcoming teething troubles in testing and Williams’ impressive early form
クレア・ウィリアムズはチームの伝統が今季のウィリアムズで再認識されると主張している。
Claire Williams insists the heritage of defying budget restrictions to compete with the best made famous by her father Sir Frank can be rediscovered by the Williams team this season
Felipe Massa believes that landing a Mercedes Formula 1 engine deal is key to Williams’s chances of revival
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Williams Martini Racing and drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas have good reason to head to Australia with big smiles on their faces in 2014.
Felipe Massa has made a “superb” start to his Williams Formula 1 team’s career during pre-season testing, according to chief technical officer Pat Symonds.
Williams’ Felipe Massa is refusing to discount Red Bull from the front running contenders ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Williams Test and Reserve Driver Felipe Nasr will return to GP2 for a third season in the F1 support series this season.
Now that the final car of 2014 has been revealed in the form of a Martini liveried Williams, the team at JA on F1 have compiled a list of their top five best looking cars and the reasons for choosing. Have a look through and post your thoughts below giving your own top five. And it is with Thursday’s announcement of Martini’s return to Formula One that we begin.
With a seemingly more competitive car beneath him ahead of the F1 2014 season, Williams’ Valtteri Bottas is pleased to be getting another chance to show his true pace.
The Williams F1 team is to mark the twentieth anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s death with a special commemoration its new FW36.
An image of Ayrton Senna will feature on the 2014 Williams car to mark the 20th anniversary of the Brazilian’s death.
 PIRELLI AND FORMULA ONE TEAMSAGREE 2014 IN-SEASON TYRE TEST SCHEDULE Milan, March 7, 2014 – Following the agreement between Pirelli and the 11 Formula One teams, with the approval of the FIA, here is the schedule of the dedicated days (one per team) that each team will devote to tyre testing this year, within the existing 2014 in-season test calendar. Bahrain test     (8-9 April) Day1  CATERHAM Day2 MERCEDES and WILLIAMS Barcelona test (13-14 May) Day1 SAUBER and TORO ROSSO Day2 McLAREN and FORCE INDIA Silverstone test (8-9 July) Day1 FERRARI and LOTUS Day2 RED BULL and MARUSSIA The agreement, which was finalised during the final pre-season Bahrain test (from 27 February to 2 March), stipulates that each team will devote one day per year exclusively to testing the latest products and developments from Pirelli, within the framework of the existing test calendar.
Felipe Massa believes that Williams could be in the mix at the front in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix next weekend.
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The launch of WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING
After spending eight years racing for Ferrari, there was naturally going to be a period of adjustment for Felipe Massa at new team Williams. However, that transition has been made considerably easier by the fact that his 2014 car, the Mercedes-powered FW36, has shown front-running potential in pre-season testing. And, as Massa explains, that’s made him hugely motivated for the year ahead
Felipe Massa suspects Mercedes has the edge going into the first race of the season, but is not willing to write off any of the big teams, including Red Bull and Lotus
Felipe Massa insists it was the ‘right time’ to join Williams Martini Racing for F1 2014 despite its difficult season in 2013.
The huge deal between Williams and Martini plus Hamilton’s skills will be huge factors in 2014 claims WebberThe former Red Bull driver Mark Webber expects Britain to be …
From the classic Ferrri to Ayrton Senna’s all conquering Williams which one do you dream of driving?
Williams Martini Racing reserve driver Felipe Nasr believes that he has joined the right team for him in his aims to break into Formula One.
Williams have today unveiled iconic motor racing brand Martini as their title sponsor ahead of the new Formula One campaign.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams thinks Martini’s return to Formula 1 is great news not only for her team, but also for the sport
Williams admit they are “relieved” that they appear to have a competitive car for the 2014 Formula 1 season.
After a miserable 2013, some impressive winter testing form has put Williams among the surprise pre-season favourites for 2014 and the upbeat mood at the team was elevated higher on Thursday with the announcement of new title sponsors Martini and the unveiling of an instantly iconic livery on the Mercedes-powered FW36. But what does team founder and principal Sir Frank Williams really make of the changes
Claire Williams is targeting points at every grand prix this season as Williams look to bounce back from one of the worst years in their history.
Williams today officially announced their much predicted partnership with Martini, taking the drinks brand on as a title sponsor and rebranding the team Williams Martini Racing. It has been common knowledge in Formula One for some months that the Grove squad would tie-up with the Italian company and bring an iconic colour scheme last seen on the 1975 Brabham back to the sport. The team, formerly under the sponsorship banner of Venezuelan oil company PDVSA through its association with Pastor Maldonado, has suffered in terms of results in recent years but a switch to Mercedes-power this season has been a ;More…
The F1 team revive their deal with the drinks distributors and display some eye-catching shots of the motor’s new design ahead of the campaign
Williams’ cars will feature a revised, though not unfamiliar, white colour scheme this season following a new title sponsorship deal with Italian drinks firm Martini, which will see the team renamed as Williams Martini Racing. The Grove-based squad, who ran their 2014 challenger, the Mercedes-powered FW36, with a ‘heritage blue’ livery during testing, revealed their new look at a special launch event in London on Thursday
Williams F1 has today confirmed a multi-year partnership with Martini, the world’s leading vermouth and best-selling Italian sparkling wine. The deal sees the Williams Formula One team being renamed to Williams Martini Racing.
Williams has unveiled its 2014 Formula 1 livery, as it brings the legendary Martini colours back into grand prix racing as part of a new title sponsorship deal.
Williams F1 has officially confirmed a title sponsorship deal with Martini, one that will see the iconic Martini Racing moniker return to Formula 1 in 2014.
Williams has announced that it will be known as Wiliams Martini Racing. “We are thrilled to welcome Martini to the Williams family and officially launch Williams Martini Racing,” said Sir Frank Williams, founder and team principal of Williams. “Williams and Martini share a rich history in the world of motorsport, and the values of our […]
Williams F1 has officially confirmed a title sponsorship deal with Martini, one that will see the iconic Martini Racing moniker return to Formula 1 in 2014.
Jenson Button has joined the list of those billing Williams and Mercedes as this season’s early favourites but warned against writing off Red Bull…
Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds has admitted his team can go into next weekend’s Formula 1 season-opening Australian Grand Prix with “some confidence”
Jenson Button believes Mercedes and Williams are the teams to beat at next weekend’s season-opener in Australia
Jenson Button says Mercedes and Williams are at the front of the Formula 1 pack ahead of next week’s season-opener in Melbourne.
Williams have finally unveiled their 2014 car in its definitive colour scheme for the coming season after formally announcing their partnership with Martini.
Williams has warned rivals that it has hit ambitious reliability targets ahead of the new Formula 1 season, even though it is unsure of its pace just yet.
Following the conclusion of testing, Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley tells Crash.net he feels his team has tough competition from Mercedes and Williams
Ferrari’s Stefano Domenicali believes Mercedes and Williams have emerged from winter testing at the head of Formula 1′s new-look pecking order.