Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
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Williams have confirmed Logan Sargeant will drive in Formula 1 practice for the third event in a row this weekend at the Brazilian Grand Prix
Logan Sargeant, who is poised to make his Formula 1 debut in 2023, convinced Williams he is ready for promotion to the sport’s top flight.
Williams team principal Jost Capito has revealed Alex Albon’s role in influencing the team’s choice of his 2023 team mate.
Williams, one of two Formula 1 teams yet to confirm their 2023 driver line-up, are looking for “someone who will push” Alexander Albon.
Williams’ Alex Albon says the team “have higher expectations going into Monza” as F1 heads to a low-downforce track suited to their car’s strengths
Williams believe their most competitive showing at the Belgian Grand Prix, where they achieved their third points score this year, was not just down to their straight-line speed.
Williams has signed Alexander Albon to a new multi-year deal just half a year into his return. He told RaceFans how he’s learned to be “more selfish” since losing his Red Bull drive.
Williams has extended its contract with Alexander Albon who will remain at the team in 2023 as part of a new, multi-year deal.
Alexander Albon has high hopes for the improvement Williams will make from its first major upgrade of the season, but admits it may take a while to get the most out of.
Williams will bring an upgraded aerodynamic package for their home race this weekend, but it will only be available for one of the team’s two drivers.
Williams has become the first Formula 1 team to run afoul of the sport’s Financial Regulations, incurring a $25,000 fine.
Felipe Massa ended his six-year pole position drought as Williams inflicted a surprise defeat on Mercedes in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Williams have confirmed Susie Wolff will become the first woman to participate in an official Formula One session since 1992.
Williams have been fined €60,000 (£50,801) for releasing Pastor Maldonado’s car from the pits in an unsafe fashion during the first practice session.
Williams have been the busiest team in testing so far, racking up over 3,750km with their FW34.