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Sir Frank & Claire Williams To Step Down Following Takeover

Sir Frank Williams and daughter Claire will step down from their respective roles at Williams Racing following this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix. Explaining their decision, deputy team principal Claire Williams said, “With the future of the team now secured, this feels like the appropriate time for us to step away from the sport. READ: Ferrari


Ferrari Could Go Backwards On Race Day As Williams Look To Attack

Ferrari have had a torrid time so far at the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix, with both of their drivers struggling for pace. On Saturday, Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel failed to make it into the final part of qualifying. Leclerc will start the race 13th on the grid, alongside Vettel who qualified in 14th position.


Several Teams Expecting Wet Belgian Grand Prix

Several Formula 1 teams are expecting it to rain at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on race day, according to F1 pundit Karun Chandok. The ex-Formula 1 driver made the comment during Free Practice 1 on Friday morning, as drivers utilised this opportunity to tweak and optimise their setups. READ: Vettel Won’t Sign $15mn Contract With


Williams Sale: ‘Claire Will Be Gone Next Week’, Dutch Racer Claims

It was announced on Friday that Williams Racing had been sold to US investment firm Dorilton Capital, bringing an end to the constructor’s family owned era. And now, a Dutch race car driver has claimed that Claire Williams will swiftly be relieved of her duties as deputy team principal as she is no longer the


‘Beginning of a New Era’: Williams Acquired By US Investment Firm

Williams Racing has been acquired by Dorilton Capital, a US investment company, marking the end of the F1 team’s strategic review which was launched in May and explored various sources of funding to secure the constructor’s financial future. Williams announced the acquisition in a press release on Friday morning, and said Dorilton Capital’s priority will

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