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Inspired by Audi and Williams F1 cars
Swiss watchmaker Oris has just launched a trio of all-new motorsport-themed mechanical wristwatches that are sure to get racing fans reaching for their wallets. The watches were developed in partnership with the official Audi motorsport team and Williams F1, and
Thanks to clothing manufacturer Hackett
With the 2015 Formula 1 season starting this weekend, F1 teams are busy announcing their latest partnerships with all sorts of brands. The coolest we've seen so far--at least on video--is that between the Williams F1 team and men'
Low, long and pointed
In our opinion, the Force India VJM07 photo released a couple of days ago hid the car's nose like it was something to be ashamed of. Well, Williams has revealed its own 2014 entry, the FW36, in a set of renders,
A much-needed shot in the arm for Nissan
Nismo, Nissan\'s in-house tuning company, will be working with Williams Advanced Engineering to create high-performance variants of the Japanese carmaker\'s products. Williams Advanced Engineering is a division of the Williams Group, making it a sister company of the
Spoils Pastor Maldonado's victory party
No sooner had Williams F1 celebrated its first race win since the 2004 season that a fire broke out in the team's garage. The fire is said to have originated from the fuel area.Four team personnel were reportedly injured in
What's next? McLaren?
It seems Bruno Senna is indeed following in the footsteps of his legendary uncle Ayrton by joining Williams F1 for the 2012 Formula 1 season. In 2011, the younger Senna drove for Lotus Renault, the team where the older Senna won his
Gearing up for 2012
The most successful chassis-engine partnership in Formula 1 in the 1990s has been revived as Williams F1 has tapped Renault Sport F1 to provide for the outfit its championship-winning V8 engines for the 2012 and 2013 seasons."We are delighted
With new KERS design
Williams F1 is approaching the Formula 1 winter test sessions with caution as its contender for the 2011 season--the Williams-Cosworth FW33--took to the track recently."Until you start testing," said technical director Sam Michael, "you're never sure how
On full throttle without much fanfare<br />
Williams F1 revealed the FW32 minus the pomp and pageantry typical of Formula One launches as it went straight to the track on the first pre-season testing session at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain.Williams F1 is the first
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