How have Williams tackled Formula One’s new rules for 2017? Compare their new FW40 with last year’s car using these interactive images.
Williams has appointed Dirk De Beer as its new head of aerodynamics. He will start work at the beginning of next month.
Brazilian media is reporting Felipe Massa signed a contract with Williams yesterday to drive for the team in 2017, taking the place of Valtteri Bottas.
Lance Stroll will make his Formula One debut for Williams in 2017, the team has confirmed. The European F3 champion is 18 years old.
The bump at the Circuit of the Americas which led to both Williams cars to retire with suspension failures last year has been eased.
Felipe Massa says Williams haven’t got the most out of their new front wing following its last-minute introduction in Bahrain this weekend
Williams has confirmed Paul di Resta will return to F1 as their reserve driver, three years after he was dropped from Force India’s race team.
Williams was F1’s top customer team last year but will face renewed competition from richer rivals with greater resources in 2016.
The Williams FW38 may seem an evolutionary design but it features a number of changes intended to address the team’s weaknesses from 2015.
Williams has revealed its new FW38. See what changes the team has made for its 2016 design with these interactive images.
Williams has made correcting the low-speed cornering weakness of last year’s car a priority with the design of the new FW38, revealed today.
The first pictures of the Williams FW38, the car they will use for the 2016 F1 season, have been revealed by the team.
Williams has hired long-time McLaren tester Gary Paffett to be its new simulator driver.
Despite lacking the budget of the top teams, Williams consolidated their status as F1’s top privateers by holding on to third place in the championship.
Lance Stroll has joined Williams’ driver development programme having previously been backed by Ferrari.
Williams has decided not to appeal against Felipe Massa’s disqualification from the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Susie Wolff will retire from motor racing at the end of the 2015 season, Williams has announced.
Williams will retain its driver line-up of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa next year, the team has confirmed.
Were Williams right to tell Bottas to stay behind Massa? Should they have let him through – or just let the pair fight it out? Have your say.
Valtteri Bottas said he passed up chances to overtake team mate Felipe Massa because his team told him not to.