Jack Aitken, who has been a Williams reserve driver since 2020, will not continue in the role for 2023, the team has confirmed.
James Vowles’ move from Mercedes to head up Williams prompted suggestions he may be lined up for a future return.
Williams’ new team principal James Vowles says his experience of “failure” in Formula 1 will help him to transform the fortunes of the lowly team.
Williams have announced former Mercedes motorsport strategist James Vowles as their new team principal, filling the position vacated by Jost Capito.
Williams have announced the earliest date yet for a 2023 launch event, though it remains to be seen when their new car will be presented.
Argentinian racer Franco Colapinto starred in Formula 4 and is now following in the footsteps of countryman Carlos Reutemann by joining Williams.
Williams may have scored points rarely in 2022, but the team did enjoy a notable off-track success.
Ferrari has appointed its sixth different team principal in the space of 15 years. Some of its rivals have had the same leader the whole time, and only one has changed more often.
Williams have announced that team principal Jost Capito and technical director Francois-Xavier “FX” Demaison are both stepping down from their positions.
The first of RaceFans’ driver rankings articles for the 2022 season sees the driver deemed the worst performer of the season. No surprises for guessing who occupies the bottom sport.
Logan Sargeant will race as car number two next year, having been unable to take over Daniel Ricciardo’s number three as he wanted to.
Formula 1 drivers say overtaking at Yas Marina remains difficult despite the changes made to improve racing at the circuit last year.
Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
Aston Martin have explained how Nico Hulkenberg’s recent race outings with them has shown skills that have led to Haas signing him for 2023
In the round-up: Williams acknowledge “pressure” on Sargeant to secure F1 superlicence • O’Sullivan joins Prema in F3 • F4 champion Dunne leads Abu Dhabi GP support race entry list
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
Alex Albon says his return to Formula 1 with Williams this year has “gone better than I expected it to” after losing his Red Bull seat in 2020.
Changes to F1’s technical regulations rules 2022 were supposed to make close racing more common but the Mexican
Grand Prix was a procession as usual.
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.
Will Sergio Perez become the first Mexican driver to win his home grand prix? Will Alonso get his points back? Here are this weekend’s talking points.