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Frank WilliamsPrincipal: Frank Williams

Williams F1 statistics:

Races699
Race Starts695
Drivers' Titles7
Constructors' Titles9
Victories114
Poles128
Podiums243
Points3563
Fastest Laps133
Laps70660
One/two finishes33


Wiliams F1 Team Drivers

 

Williams F1 Team F1 drivers

Williams F1 Drivers Official Portraits Tuesday 16 January 2018 Sergey Sirotkin.

19. Sergey Sirotkin

Races5
Drivers' Titles0
Victories0
Poles0
Podiums0
Points0
Fastest Laps0
Laps179


18. Lance Stroll

Races25
Drivers' Titles0
Victories0
Poles0
Podiums1
Points44
Fastest Laps0
Laps1336


Helmet of Lance Stroll

2018 F1 reserve driver: Robert Kubica

Achievements Williams F1 Team drivers

DriverRaces1st2nd3rdPodiumsPolesLapsFastestPoints
United Kingdom Nigel Mansell95281234328478523369
Germany Ralf Schumacher94651021549437232
Italy Riccardo Patrese814128246427710180
Brazil Felipe Massa780145142191351
Finland Valtteri Bottas770279043761411
Germany Nico Rosberg70011203636275.5
Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya6841362311365011221
United Kingdom Damon Hill65211454020358319326
Finland Keke Rosberg6257315430893131.5
Australia Alan Jones601174226316713171
Venezuela Pastor Maldonado58100112910047
Canada Jacques Villeneuve491155211327399180
France Jacques Laffite39010101443022
Brazil Rubens Barrichello38000002060051
Japan Kazuki Nakajima3600000197209
Australia Mark Webber36001101618043
Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen33125811594659
Belgium Thierry Boutsen32314811598171
Brazil Nelson Piquet317104216182611145
Argentina Carlos Reutemann3137616216813104
Canada Lance Stroll25001101336044
United Kingdom David Coulthard25153951183463
Brazil Bruno Senna20000001054131
Germany Nico Hülkenberg1900001923022
United Kingdom Jenson Button1700000789012
France Alain Prost167321213989699
Italy Alessandro Zanardi160000058500
Austria Alexander Wurz1600110854013
Switzerland Clay Regazzoni1512250720232
Germany Nick Heidfeld1302131720028
Ireland Derek Daly120000064208
Brazil Antônio Pizzonia90000037508
Italy Arturo Merzario5000009300
Russian Federation Sergey Sirotkin50000017900
United Kingdom Rupert Keegan40000024000
Brazil Ayrton Senna3000036000
Spain Marc Gené30000018304
Italy Renzo Zorzi2000008500
South Africa Ian Scheckter20000011900
United Kingdom Tony Brise1000002700
France Jean-Louis Schlesser1000004900
United Kingdom Paul di Resta1000006200
Switzerland Jo Vonlanthen1000001400
United Kingdom Ian Ashley100000000
United Kingdom Jonathan Palmer1000007400
United Kingdom Martin Brundle1000004200
United States Mario Andretti1000001900
United Kingdom Damien Magee1000007800

Management

 

Williams F1 Team Key Members

Cars

 

Williams F1 Cars

History

 

Williams F1 History

Frank Williams

Frank Williams

Williams, once consistent champions, have been languishing near the foot of the table after a miserable 10 years. However their name and their brand are rivalled only by Ferrari and McLaren, and their fan base is one of the largest on the grid. With 2014 looking more positive, there is a feeling that Williams are back.

The 1980’s and 90’s brought high levels of success for the team founded by Sir Frank Williams in 1977. They were regular champions during the 1980’s and 90’s, widely believed to be the sports finest era, and had drivers such as Keke Rosberg, Nelson Piquet, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Damon Hill all winning races and championships. However time hasn’t been kind to Williams who have not won a championship since 1997 and have suffered at the hands of rule changes and the financial importance in the sport.

Ralf Schumacher, Williams FW24 BMW

Ralf Schumacher, Williams FW24 BMW

If races were decided on popularity then Williams would win hands down, thanks mainly to founder and team principle Sir Frank Williams. Williams has been wheel chair bound since a bad car accident in 1986, but he has still attended most of the grands prix. Now into his seventies his roles are becoming fewer and fewer but he is still a popular figure in the F1 paddock.

Since their glory days of the 1990’s Williams have declined. A couple of seasons challenging Michael Schumacher and Ferrari aside, the team have been largely a mid-table outfit battling for the lower points. But the rule changes of 2014, and the Mercedes power-unit and brought Williams back into contention. What a wonderful story it would be if they could start winning again.

Unfortunately Williams wasn't able to win  a race in 2014, 2015 and 2016. But they did finish 3rd on the 2014 & 2015 constructors championship table. In 2016 they had a lot of competition from Force India and could only score 1 podium to end on 5th place.

Official Williams F1 website: http://www.williamsf1.com/

Achievements

Williams F1 Finishing Positions

1st114 Times
2nd112 Times
3rd86 Times
4th82 Times
5th92 Times
6th58 Times
7th52 Times
8th52 Times
9th47 Times
10th48 Times
11th46 Times
12th41 Times
13th30 Times
14th42 Times
15th28 Times
16th23 Times
17th15 Times
18th7 Times
19th1 Time
22nd1 Time
DSQ7 Times
EXC1 Time
NC4 Times
Ret380 Times
DNQ11 Times
DNS9 Times

News

Latest Williams News

 

Kubica: No 'magic' to solve Williams problems

May 21 - Williams is plotting a course out of its dire current situation. That is the claim of Robert Kubica, the team's experienced test driver who got a first-hand taste of the..

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Kubica interview about his F1 return

 Robert Kubica interview about his accitdent and his return to Formula 1 with Williams. WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn Email

May 18, 2018 with 0 Comments.

Advisor says Williams aerodynamics 'stalling'

May 16 - Alex Wurz says the aerodynamics on Williams' 2018 car are basically "stalling". The once-great British team is now among the absolute slowest on the grid, as young..

May 16, 2018 with 0 Comments.

Stroll & Sirotkin interview just before Spain 2018

 Williams drivers Sergey Sirotkin and Lance Stroll about their expectations for the 2018 Spanish Grand Prix. WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn

May 13, 2018 with 0 Comments.

Lowe: Williams will struggle to replace Martini

May 13 - Paddy Lowe has admitted that Williams will struggle to replace departing sponsor Martini for 2019. Martini announced it is leaving the British team at the worst possible..

May 13, 2018 with 0 Comments.

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