Williams Week – 14th June 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week: “Rumours we’ve given George Russell a seat are correct.” ‘It’s true: We’ve given George Russell a seat’ – Aston Martin F1 team “While all other cars followed the [Safety Car] into the pit lane, [Latifi] ignored the instruction, stayed on the straight and passed the scene of […]

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Williams Week – 10th May 2021 – The Week in Review

The Williams Week 2021

A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week: “This new front wing versus last year’s front wing are very similar in performance” – George Russell Why Williams is using last year’s F1 front wing “It was probably the most difficult race we’ve had since 2019.” – George Russell ‘Race of survival’ hardest for Williams since […]

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Williams Racing confirm Jack Aitken will Continue in Official Reserve Driver Role

Williams Racing is pleased to announce that Jack Aitken will remain in an Official Reserve Driver role for the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship. The 25-year-old has been an important member of the team since joining last year, making his Formula One debut with Williams at the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix standing in for George Russell. He also took […]

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Roy Nissany Continues with Williams Racing as Official Test Driver

Williams Racing is pleased to announce that Roy Nissany will continue his work as Official Test Driver with the team for 2021. Roy enjoyed a successful first year with Williams providing valuable feedback and contributing to the development of the FW43 both through his work on-track and in the simulator at Grove. Roy conducted himself impressively in his three Free […]

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Williams Racing Increases Mercedes Technical Partnership for 2022

Williams Racing is pleased to confirm it has expanded its technical collaboration with Mercedes to include the supply of certain transferable components from 2022. Williams has been powered by Mercedes-Benz since the hybrid era began in 2014 and from 2022, the team will also use Mercedes gearboxes and related hydraulic components. Historically, Williams has built its own gearboxes and hydraulics […]

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