The Williams FW43 is a Formula One car constructed by Williams to compete in the 2020 Formula One World Championship. The car is being driven by Nicholas Latifi and George Russell, who are in their first and second year with the team respectively. Jack Aitken, Roy Nissany, Jamie Chadwick and Dan Ticktum will act as reserve and development drivers for the team. The car was designed by David Worner and Jonathan Carter, both of whom are in their first year in the team having previously worked with Red Bull and Renault respectively. The car was planned to make its competitive début at the 2020 Australian Grand Prix, but this was delayed when several races were postponed or cancelled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The FW43 made its début at the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix.
The pandemic also prompted the delay of technical regulations that had been planned for introduction in 2021. Under an agreement reached between teams and the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, 2020-specification cars—including the FW43—will see their lifespan extended to compete in 2021.
|Year||Round||Country||Driver||Grid Pos||Finish Pos||Result|
|2020||1||Austrian Grand Prix||George Russell||17||15||Fuel pressure|
|2020||1||Austrian Grand Prix||Nicholas Latifi||20||11||Finished|
|2020||2||Styrian Grand Prix||George Russell||11||16||+2 Laps|
|2020||2||Styrian Grand Prix||Nicholas Latifi||18||17||+2 Laps|
|2020||3||Hungarian Grand Prix||George Russell||12||18||+1 Lap|
|2020||3||Hungarian Grand Prix||Nicholas Latifi||15||19||+5 Laps|
|2020||4||British Grand Prix||George Russell||20||12||Finished|
|2020||4||British Grand Prix||Nicholas Latifi||18||15||Finished|