Williams have become the final team to unveil their new Formula 1 car for the 2024 season. The FW46 is running in Bahrain today.
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Alexander Albon has stressed he is committed to his current team despite a vacancy opening up at front-runners Mercedes next year.
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Williams have officially revealed their new livery, with which it will compete in this year’s Formula 1 world championship.
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Rookie Logan Sargeant was vastly out-performed by his more experienced team mate Alexander Albon this year. Why have Williams kept him?
Williams have confirmed that Logan Sargeant will retain his seat within the team alongside Alexander Albon for 2024.
Williams are yet to announce if Logan Sargeant will retain his race seat for a second year, but he is already setting targets for 2024.
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The pace which earned Williams’ best qualifying result for six years in Las Vegas was also the reason they failed to score in the race, says team principal James Vowles.
Williams has become the latest team to reveal a special livery for this weekend’s Las Vegas Grand Prix. Half the grid now have custom designs.
The FIA has summoned three teams in response to a request by Haas for the results of the United States Grand Prix to be reviewed.
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Williams will run their junior driver Zak O’Sullivan in the first practice session at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
A second Williams junior driver will race in Formula 2 next year, as Zak O’Sullivan has secured a seat at ART Grand Prix
Williams admitted their competitive start in Mexico has taken them by surprise, after Alexander Albon went second-quickest in practice.
Alexander Albon says he has the pace to ‘be frustrating and get in the way’ of Williams’ key rivals in today’s United States Grand Prix.