Williams articles on F1 Fanatic archive

Williams need dry weather to be competitive 29th March 2014, 12:08

Rain during qualifying left the Williams team frustrated as they were unable to exploit their car’s dry weather performance.

Williams pleased to “luck into” Mercedes engine deal 9th March 2014, 10:43

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.

Testing pace suggests Williams’ revival is real 3rd March 2014, 12:30

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…

Mercedes and Williams “out in front” – Domenicali 2nd March 2014, 20:11

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 “very happy” despite engine failure

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.

Smedley rejoins Massa at Williams 25th February 2014, 9:04

Williams have confirmed Felipe Massa’s former Ferrari race engineer Rob Smedley has joined him at the team – but in a different capacity.

Felipe Nasr joins Williams as test and reserve driver 22nd February 2014, 0:33

GP2 driver Felipe Nasr has been appointed as Williams’ test and reserve driver for the forthcoming season and will drive for the team in practice sessions.

Rivals can mimic McLaren suspension – Williams 1st February 2014, 10:00

Other teams can mimic McLaren’s novel rear suspension design without making drastic changes to their cars, in the view of Williams chief test and support engineer Rod Nelson.

Massa ‘not the only one smiling’ at Williams 31st January 2014, 19:07

Felipe Massa says morale is high at Williams following a productive end to the team’s first test of the year.

Williams pleased with reliaibility gains

Williams chief test and support engineer Rod Nelson believes the team are starting to get to grips with the reliability challenge presented by the new 2014 cars.