Logan Sargeant will start today’s Japanese Grand Prix from the pit lane and is required to serve a 10-second time penalty during the race following an error by his team.
Logan Sargeant says he had made an encouraging start to his first race weekend at Suzuka until a high-speed crash put him out of qualifying.
McLaren and AlphaTauri brought major upgrades this weekend, but all the teams bar Haas have something new on their cars.
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The special livery selected by fans that Williams will use for the next three races has been seen on the FW45 for the first time.
Williams’ rivals fear their recent upgrade has ensured they will win the fight for seventh place but the team are concerned about some of the remaining races.
Williams has expanded its young driver development programme to six members with the addition of karter Oleksandr ‘Sasha’ Bondarev.
After matching his career-best qualifying result, Williams’ Alexander Albon converted fourth on the grid into eighth in Sunday’s Dutch GP.
Pierre Gasly is concerned how difficult it will be to race against the Williams drivers in today’s Dutch Grand Prix.
Williams driver Logan Sargeant says he was just a millimetre off line when he crashed out of his first appearance in Q3.
The penultimate part of RaceFans’ mid-season driver sees four drivers who were not quite enough to earn a place at the very top of the field.
Williams can’t upgrade its facilities without getting a break from the cost cap – and its rivals are unwilling to relax the rules.
The first part of RaceFans’ mid-season driver rankings for 2023. Today’s first part covers the year’s lowest-rated performers of the season so far.
Logan Sargeant is the first driver to use the number two in F1 since Stoffel Vandoorne in 2018. And Sargeant is faring no better than his predecessor.
Williams team principal James Vowles say his team understand why they suffered “huge amounts” of tyre wear during the Belgian Grand Prix.
The Williams drivers were suffered excessive rear tyre degradation in the Belgian Grand Prix which forced them to pit more often than their rivals.
Williams has announced a major appointment to its technical division by luring Pat Fry from Alpine to become its chief technical officer.
Alexander Albon was surprised by the pace of his Williams at the end of the British Grand Prix, as he the Ferrari’s home and chased Fernando Alonso.
Max Verstappen added to his ever-growing list of F1 achievements at the British GP, but team mate Sergio Perez had the indignity of being knocked out in Q1.
Williams have presented the special livery they will use for three races beginning with the Singapore Grand Prix in September.