Competition: Win one of ten copies of “Williams” by Maurice Hamilton

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Maurice Hamilton's new book tells the story of the Williams F1 team
Maurice Hamilton's new book tells the story of the Williams F1 team

Maurice Hamilton’s new book on Williams doesn’t hit the shelves until August 20th – but you can grab one of ten copies in this exclusive competition.

Enter now for your chance to win.

The new title, which coincides with the 40th anniversary of Frank Williams’ first appearance in F1, is a comprehensive look at the history of the team that bears his name.

It includes interviews with Sir Frank and his wife Virginia, plus all the drivers who won world championships for the team: Jacques Villeneuve, Damon Hill, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet, Keke Rosberg and Alan Jones.

I’ll have a full review of the book on the site later this week.

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14 comments on “Competition: Win one of ten copies of “Williams” by Maurice Hamilton”

  1. I’m guessing this is only open to UK residents?

    1. hope its open to the members of the british empire & the british commonwealth, otherwise i’m ineligible :(

    2. No it’s open to everyone.

      1. Sweet, Email Sent!

  2. I would love to win this one…

    1. me too :)

  3. Was Prost interviewed? He won the title for Williams in’93…

    1. Yep he’s in there too.

  4. Aaron Shearer
    11th August 2009, 13:51

    Thanks Keith!

  5. HounslowBusGarage
    11th August 2009, 15:36

    Who was the last driver to win a Grand Prix for Williams?

    I bet Luca knows the answer to this one . . .

  6. Sweet as. Email sent, Keith. :)

    If I don’t win the book, I’ll most certainly buy it.

  7. Sweet, thanks Keith. Even if i don’t win i’ll deffo buy one :)

  8. To anyone who entered and didn’t win – you can enter the same competition at F1 Badger now!

    Win one of four copies at

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