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Full Team Name: Williams Racing

Headquaters: Grove, United Kingdom

Team Chief: James Vowles

Technical Chief: TBC

Chassis: FW45

Power Unit: Mercedes

First Team Entry: 1978

World Championships: 9

Highest Race Finish: 1 (x114)

Pole Positions: 128

Fastest Laps: 133


Williams is one of the most successful and iconic teams in the history of Formula One, with a long and storied history in the sport. Here is a brief overview of Williams' involvement in Formula One:

  • Williams was founded in 1977 by Sir Frank Williams and Sir Patrick Head.

  • The team made their Formula One debut in 1978, and quickly established themselves as a top team in the sport.

  • Williams has won nine Constructors' Championships and seven Drivers' Championships, with some of the most famous drivers in the history of the sport, including Nelson Piquet, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost, and Damon Hill.

  • The team has built some of the most iconic cars in the history of Formula One, including the FW14B, which won 10 out of 16 races in the 1992 season.

  • Williams faced a tough year in 1994 after the death of Ayrton Senna at Imola just three races into the season. Frank Williams and Patrick Head were both taken to court and trialled for manslaughter after it was found that the car suffered a mechnical failure early in the race after a safety car for an incident at the start of the race.

  • Williams has also been involved in other forms of motorsport, including sports car racing and IndyCar.

  • In recent years, Williams has faced some challenges, but the team remains a beloved and respected name in motorsport.

  • The team currently consists of Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant with Mercedes' former strategist James Volwes becoming team principal in 2023.

Overall, Williams' involvement in Formula One is a major part of the sport's history. The team's success, iconic cars, and famous drivers have all helped to builld Williams as one of the sports most iconic and well known teams.

Alex Albon

Logan Sargeant

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