Williams’ Robert Kubica has already announced that he will leave his team at the end of this year.
The Pole officially announced his departure from the British team, and most probably Formula 1, after struggling with performance.
Williams has renewed its F1 engine deal with Mercedes for another five full seasons.
Williams’ new battery module features Adaptive Multi-Chem tech and a peak deployment power of 550 kW.
Despite a good relationship with Renault in the past, Williams is determined to stick with Mercedes going forward.
This year’s F1 grid will look very much like last year’s with only a couple of exceptions.
Singer has made a little more than 100 964-based bespoke 911s, but this one is a technological tour de force.
Williams will reveal its 2019 F1 car during pre-season testing.
The Lotus and Williams partnership will lead to the development of advanced powertrains.
The 33-year old driver apparently was at the top of Williams’ drivers list regarding their 2019 seat vacancy.
Despite lackluster performances in the past, the Mexican driver is working hard towards a comeback in Formula 1.
Mercedes protege George Russell signed a multi-year agreement with Williams.