Where Are They Now?

Introduction Over their twenty year history Williams Grand Prix Engineering have built many chassis for race, test and experimental purposes. These have ranged from the all-conquering FW14B, which was bristling with technological gizmos, to the ground breaking six-wheeler, the FW08D. A conservative estimate would put the total number of chassis built at around a total of 80, based on four […]

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Autosport International 2002

The Autosports International Show, now in it’s 12th year, has become the traditional start to the motorsport season in the UK. The show has in the past been the place where manufacturers have launched their new cars for the years and a couple of year’s ago BAR chose Birmingham to show off their proposed liveries.

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Williams’ First Grand Prix Victory

Looking back, it wasn’t Clay Regazzoni’s victory which I remember as much as Alan Jones’s qualifying lap. Even now, I can still feel the roughness of the breeze block wall on which I was sitting on the inside of the Woodcote chicane when my new Tissot stopwatch clocked Jonesy at an unbelievable time. I looked to one side, and there […]

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FW06 Vs. FW20

The FW06 was the first car Patrick Head designed for Williams Grand Prix Engneering. Twenty years and 9 constructor’s championships later his latest challenger, the FW20, took to the tracks. How much has Formula One changed in the intervening years? The following table outlines the differences (and any similarities) between the two cars.

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Frank Williams Speaks about Road Safety at Doha Goals Forum

Tuesday saw Williams F1 Founder and Team Principal Sir Frank Williams speak about the important issue of road safety in front of an audience of students, journalists, policy makers and sports business professionals at the inaugural Doha GOALS sports business forum. Frank was joined on stage by FIA President Jean Todt and Road Safety campaigner Michelle Yeoh to talk about […]

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