It is with great sadness that on behalf of the Williams family, the team can confirm the death of Sir Frank Williams CBE, Founder and Former Team Principal of Williams Racing, at the age of 79.

After being admitted into hospital on Friday, Sir Frank passed away peacefully this morning surrounded by his family.

Today we pay tribute to our much loved and inspirational figurehead. Frank will be sorely missed. We request that all friends and colleagues respect the Williams family’s wishes for privacy at this time.

For those wishing to pay tribute, we ask that donations are made in place of gifts to the Spinal Injuries Association, alternatively we would welcome flowers to be placed at the entrance of the team’s headquarters in Grove, Oxfordshire. Details of the memorial service will follow in due course.

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7 F1 Fan comments on “Sir Frank Williams dies at age 79

  1. Linda

    So sad. I had a feeling once he'd sold his beloved team, he would have nothing to fight for anymore. Regards and condolences to Claire and family. RIP Sir Frank Williams 🏁

  2. ReallyOldRacer

    So sad, but let's celebrate his life. Hopefully Sir Frank is racing around with his pals in the clouds while they wait for Bernie to join them and organize the lot. R.ace I.n P.eace, Sir.


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