Posts Tagged ‘Williams F1’

13 Sep 2011: F1: Sam Michael joins McLaren as Sporting Director

The McLaren and Williams F1 teams have both announced this morning that Sam Michael will be moving to a senior management role at Woking.

1 Sep 2011: Williams energy storage to be used for mass transit

Williams’ flywheel-based energy storage system, first developed for its Formula One cars, is set to break into the world of mass transit thanks to a new business deal.

6 May 2011: Williams and Jaguar to collaborate on hybrid C-X75 supercar

The Williams F1 team has announced that it is partnering with Jaguar to launch a limited-edition hybrid supercar of which just 250 models will be made.

28 Apr 2010: F1: Williams follows McLaren down diversification road

The latest McLaren road car might be the most well-known example of a F1 race team diversifying away from pure track action – but McLaren is certainly not the only team travelling down that road.

13 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Hamilton puts the hammer down in Jerez

Lewis Hamilton put in the fastest time of any set during the four days of testing at Jerez as all the teams seized on a dry afternoon to make their drivers work for their salaries.

12 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Alguersuari gives the home fans a thrill

Toro Rosso’s Jaime Alguersuari turned an already strong showing by Toro Rosso at Jerez into a timesheet-topping performance today, narrowly besting his team-mate Sebastien Buemi who had scored second place on both the previous days.

10 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Rosberg defeats the rain to top Jerez timesheet

Nico Rosberg shone for Mercedes GP on track at Jerez today after rain blighted the first day of resumed F1 testing for many of the teams.

9 Feb 2010: F1: Did Williams’ “viral car launch” pay off or backfire?

It looks like the Williams F1 team just staged the first-ever viral launch of an F1 car – but did it work, and what might come next? We examine the evidence.

27 Jan 2010: Opinion: Mercedes team launch is bittersweet for Brawn fans

It had to happen, ever since the announcement in November that Mercedes had bought a controlling stake in Brawn GP. Any chance for fans to remain in denial any longer about the corporate German takeover of our plucky British privateers went out of the window on Monday with the official launch of the 2010 Mercedes Grand Prix car and its drivers.

14 Jan 2010: F1: Williams KERS is heading for the road, not the racetrack

The Williams F1 team has revealed that it is no longer focusing on KERS technology for its racecar, with resources directed into developing a system for road cars instead.

 
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