Drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas describe Williams as being ‘like a different team’ – but can they repeat the success they enjoyed last year?
Valtteri Bottas believe Williams are in strong shape for the first race of the season after leading the final day of pre-season testing.
Williams test driver Susie Wolff will sample the team’s new FW37 on the first day of this week’s test at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Williams’ chief test and support engineer Rod Nelson described the first week of working with the team’s new FW37 at the Jerez test.
Valtteri Bottas expects Mercedes will still have the best power unit in Formula One – which will make Lotus a more serious rival.
See the first photographs of the Williams FW37 which has begun testing in Spain today.
GP3 champion Alex Lynn has been announced as Williams’ new development driver.
Williams say the changes to the nose regulations for 2015 presented the biggest challenge when designing their new FW37.
The first picture of a 2015 F1 car has appeared. A rendering of the Williams FW37 is to be published on the cover of a magazine.
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Williams must not repeat the errors which led to both drivers being eliminated during the first part of today’s rain-hit qualifying session, says Rob Smedley.
Valtteri Bottas said Williams showed what they are capable of after claiming the first podium finish of his career in the Austrian Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa says he hopes his pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix is a sign Williams can be more competitive from now on.
Felipe Massa has been taken to hospital following his crash on the final lap of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Rain during qualifying left the Williams team frustrated as they were unable to exploit their car’s dry weather performance.
Frank Williams says he is pleased his team “lucked into” an engine supply deal with Mercedes, which he believes will be the best engine of the season.
Williams had a bad year but they’ve shaken up their technical department, changed engine supplier and hired a Brazilian ex-Ferrari driver. This all sounds very familiar…
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali names Mercedes and Williams as the two teams who are setting the pace in 2014 so far – but believes his team could be next behind them.
Williams were very pleased with their position at the end of testing despite losing time due to an engine failure on the final day of running in Bahrain.
Williams have confirmed Felipe Massa’s former Ferrari race engineer Rob Smedley has joined him at the team – but in a different capacity.