Williams extends Mercedes engine deal to 2025
Williams has extended its engine partnership with Mercedes until the end of the 2025 Formula One season.
Should Mercedes choose Ocon or Bottas? Making sense of the 2020 F1 driver market
After the Hungarian Grand Prix, as decisions are made over driver line-ups for next year, there are as many rumoured changes as confirmed drivers for 2020.
2020 F1 grid: Red Bull, Hulkenberg provide biggest unanswered questions
Red Bull holds the most coveted of the remaining vacancies for a driver on the 2020 grid. Here's a look at the remaining pieces of the driver market puzzle.
Lewis, Kubica elevated to points finishes after Alfa penalties
Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica have been promoted into the points at the German Grand Prix after both Alfa Romeos were given 30-second penalties for running illegal clutch settings at the start of the race.
Williams confirms Paddy Lowe will not return to team
Williams has confirmed Paddy Lowe, who has been on a leave of absence since March 5, has now left the team and stepped down from the board of directors.
Williams confident insurance will pay out for Baku damage
Williams is confident insurance will pay for the damage to George Russell's car caused by a loose drain cover in Azerbaijan two weeks ago.
Williams hires co-founder Head as consultant
The struggling Williams team has appointed co-founder Patrick Head as a consultant to assist its engineering team in a bid to assist its engineering department.
How did a great team like Williams produce a fundamentally flawed F1 car?
The Australian Grand Prix showed just how far off the pace Williams' car is at this stage of the season. But the problems go deeper than just a failure in design.
How long will Leclerc respect team orders at Ferrari?
Ferrari's awful Melbourne performance coincided with its first use of team orders in 2019. Our F1 team picks through that and the other major talking points from the Australian Grand Prix.
The biggest issue facing each F1 team in 2019
Can Mercedes keep its F1 empire together? Will Ferrari finally do the right thing? Can Renault produce a season worthy of Daniel Ricciardo? A look at what each team is losing sleep over ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Williams chief Lowe to take leave of absence
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe is to take a "leave of absence" from Formula 1, the team confirmed to reporters on Wednesday.
Who's hot and who's not: Ferrari top, Haas rises, Alfa falls
A look at the 10 teams on the Formula One grid in the order preseason testing suggested they all sit on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix.
Williams embarrassed by team's late start to 2019 testing
Claire Williams understands how bad it looks that her team missed the opening two and a half days of testing for the 2019 season.
Why Williams deserves better than its current F1 plight
Williams faces a difficult start to the year after missing the first two days of testing, but it is a team used to fighting against the odds.
Williams to miss another day of testing, hopes for Wednesday debut
Williams has delayed its 2019 debut to Wednesday after confirming its new car is unlikely to be ready in time for the second day of this week's test at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona.
Williams behind schedule on pre-season plans
Williams has postponed its first planned track run of its 2019 car, which had been scheduled for this weekend ahead of the first pre-season test in Barcelona.
Introducing the new-look Williams
Williams has revealed the new look it will take into the 2019 season following the loss of its Martini title sponsorship last season.
Williams 'will go down fighting' before quitting on family team
Claire Williams says she will fight with every inch of her being to rescue her family's famous team from its current position in Formula One.
Stroll to race for Force India in 2019
Lance Stroll's move from Williams to Force India, the team now owned by his father, has been confirmed for 2019.
Sirotkin backers: We didn't want another year with Williams anyway
Sergey Sirotkin's Russian backers say they did not want the seat Williams has given to Robert Kubica in 2019 as they were "unpleasantly surprised" with the team's performance level this season.
Kubica to return to F1 racing in 2019 with Williams
Robert Kubica will race for Williams for the 2019 Formula One season, completing his remarkable return to single-seater racing.
All you need to know about George Russell
George Russell will race in Formula One next year with Williams and, alongside McLaren's 2019 driver Lando Norris, promises to be the next big British name in Formula One.
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