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In the third race, the San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Senna again took pole position, but was involved in a fatal crash at the first corner after completing six laps.
Since Senna's death, every Williams F1 car has carried a Senna 's' on its livery in his honour and to symbolise the team's ongoing support of the Instituto Ayrton Senna.
Hill took the team's first victory of the season, by almost half a minute over Schumacher's Benetton , while Coulthard would retire due to an electrical problem.
In Montreal , both Williams cars finished in the points for the first time that season, with Hill finishing second and Coulthard finishing fifth.
In France, Nigel Mansell replaced Coulthard in the first of four appearances , at the behest of Renault. Hill closed the points gap with Schumacher, who was disqualified from first at Spa after the Stewards found floorboard irregularities on his Benetton.
He was banned for the next two races, and Hill capitalised on this with wins in Italy and a Williams 1—2 in Portugal.
With three races left, champion Nigel Mansell returned from CART where the season had concluded to replace Coulthard for the remainder of the season.
Schumacher came back after his suspension for the European Grand Prix , which he won by about 25 seconds, to take a lead of 5 points into the penultimate round in Japan.
The race in Japan was held in torrential rain, with Hill managing to win the restarted race, by three seconds on aggregate over Schumacher who finished second.
Going into the final round at Adelaide , Schumacher led Hill by a single point. Mansell took pole for Williams, but had a poor start which let Hill and Schumacher through to fight for the lead and the title.
Midway through the race, Schumacher's perceived need for a low downforce setup cost him, as he lost control and clipped the outside wall at the 5th corner out of sight of Hill.
As Schumacher recovered, Hill came around the corner and attempted to overtake into the next corner. Schumacher turned in and the resulting contact Schumacher in the wall and Hill retiring with bent suspension , meant Schumacher was the champion.
This collision has been controversial. Some, such as Williams's Patrick Head , have suggested that this was a deliberate attempt by Schumacher to take Hill out of the race.
Meanwhile, Nigel Mansell won the last Grand Prix of his career here, driving the second Williams car. Williams would end the season as Constructors' Champion for the third consecutive year, scoring points, while Hill finished second in the Drivers' Championship with 91 points.
Schumacher , whose Benetton team had switched engine suppliers from Ford to Renault in the off-season, won the first round in Brazil , with Coulthard taking second.
However, both were disqualified from the race after it was found that Elf supplied their teams with a type of fuel for which samples had not been provided to the FIA.
Thus, Gerhard Berger and Ferrari were declared winners. Schumacher and Coulthard had their positions reinstated after appeal, though Benetton and Williams were not awarded their Constructors' points.
Hill won two laps ahead of the field at Adelaide in one of F1's most dominating victories. Coulthard recorded his only win for the Williams team at Estoril , before moving to McLaren.
Williams's champion streak was ended by Benetton , who elected to switch engine suppliers from Ford to Renault, the same as Williams. As such, Benetton outscored Williams by 29 points in the Constructors' Championship.
For , Williams had the quickest and most reliable car, the FW Schumacher left Benetton to join Ferrari.
Williams won the first five Grands Prix, Hill winning all but one of them. Olivier Panis would take victory at the sixth round in Monaco after both Williams cars retired.
Hill would retire for the second time in a row after he spun-off in Spain , while his teammate, Villeneuve, took third place.
Hill and Villeneuve dominated the next Grand Prix in Canada , with a 1—2 in qualifying and a 1—2 finish. Williams made it a second 1—2 after Hill won the French Grand Prix.
Villeneuve won his second race in F1 at Silverstone after Hill retired with a wheel bearing failure on lap Hill was victorious in the next Grand Prix in Germany while Villeneuve won the race after that in Hungary.
Villeneuve mounted a title challenge going into the final race of the season at Japan , but Hill reasserted his dominance to take the race and the title, while Villeneuve lost a wheel and retired.
Williams's dominance was such that they had clinched the Constructors' Championship and only their drivers had a mathematical chance of taking the title, several races before the season concluded.
Around that time, Frank Williams announced that Hill would not be re-signed after his contract expired, despite Hill's successes and eventual Drivers' Championship, so he joined Arrows for Adrian Newey had ambitions as a technical director rather than just chief designer , but this was not possible at Williams, as Patrick Head was a founder and shareholder of the team.
McLaren lured Newey away, though he was forced to take garden leave for the majority of For what would be the final season of Williams-Renault and a car designed with Newey's input, Frank Williams brought in German Heinz-Harald Frentzen , who had created a good impression on Williams during his first few seasons in Formula One.
Frentzen proved to be a disappointment though, and won only one race in two years with Williams, the San Marino Grand Prix. Jacques Villeneuve won seven races during , compared to five wins by his main rival, Michael Schumacher of a resurgent Ferrari.
Williams also achieved the race-win milestone at the British Grand Prix. Coming to the final round of the season at Jerez , Schumacher led Villeneuve by 1 point; however, on lap 48, Schumacher and Villeneuve collided.
Schumacher was disqualified from second place in the championship as the accident was deemed by the FIA as "avoidable". Williams won the Constructors' title for the second time in a row, scoring points.
Jacques Villeneuve won the Drivers' Championship by three points to Michael Schumacher, who kept his points total despite being removed from second place; thus, runner-up went to Frentzen with 42 points.
After , the team were unable to maintain their dominance in Formula 1 as Renault ended their full-time involvement in Formula 1, and Adrian Newey moved to rival team McLaren.
Williams then had to pay for Mecachrome engines, which were old, rebadged Renault F1 engines. There were changes on the sponsorship front, as Rothmans opted to promote their Winfield brand, replacing the popular blue and white livery with a red one.
While Ferrari and McLaren battled for the Constructors' and Drivers' titles, Williams fell to the middle of the field.
The team won no races and took only 3 podiums during the season, with Frentzen finishing in third at the first round in Australia and Villeneuve finishing third in Germany and Hungary.
Williams finished third in the Constructors' Championship, scoring 38 points, while Villeneuve finished fifth in the Drivers' Championship with 21 points and his German teammate, Frentzen, finished 4 points behind him in seventh.
In , Williams employed the Supertec engine, which was a rebadged Mecachrome-Renault unit, and a new driver line-up. German Ralf Schumacher joined Williams in what amounted to a driver trade as Frentzen would be taking over Schumacher's old ride at Jordan.
Alex Zanardi , an Italian driver who had won the last two CART series championships, also joined the team after Williams had spent the better part of the last year trying to sign him.
The team managed three podiums, all scored by Ralf Schumacher, with third place in Australia and Britain and a second place in Italy. The team finished fifth in the Constructors' Championship, the lowest finish for Williams in the s; the team finished behind Stewart and Jordan , scoring a total of 35 points.
Of those points, all were scored by Schumacher as Zanardi, who had not performed well in his previous stint in F1, failed to finish in the top six in any race.
At the end of the season, Williams bought out Zanardi's contract. During , the team signed a long-term agreement with German manufacturer BMW to supply engines and expertise for a period of 6 years.
As part of the deal BMW expected at least one driver to be German, which led to the team's signing of Ralf Schumacher for the previous season.
In , the team had a Williams car with a BMW engine testing at circuits, in preparation for a debut in the season. BMW paid for Williams cars to be entirely in blue and white — unlike the standard motorsport livery scheme, dominated by the colours of the team or major sponsors with the logos of minor sponsors in their own colour schemes.
Complaints about the HP logo on the rear wing led to its replacement in with the sponsor's tag line, "Invent".
The new "clean" image allowed Williams to sign a cigarette anti-craving brand, Niquitin ,  and Anheuser-Busch , alternating with the Budweiser beer brand  and SeaWorld Adventure Parks,  in compliance with trademark disputes or alcohol bans.
Williams sought the services of Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya , who had replaced Zanardi at Chip Ganassi Racing in , to step-in but Montoya was under contract to Ganassi for one more season.
Britain's Jenson Button was called upon and made his debut instead. BMW Williams's first season did not see a single victory during the season.
They managed to get on the podium three times, with Ralf Schumacher responsible for all three. Williams finished third in the Constructors' Championship, with 36 points, one more than the prior year.
Ralf Schumacher finished fifth in the Drivers' Championship, while Button, in his debut season, finished in eighth. Button made scrappy mistakes in early races Monaco, Europe , but overall made an impressive debut in Melbourne, and continued to impress, notably at Silverstone, Spa and Suzuka.
In , Button moved to Benetton - Renault due to Montoya's arrival on the team. His teammate, Montoya, was victorious at Monza , and would have won a few more races if not for the FW23's unreliability and pit crew blunders.
The car proved to be quicker than the Ferrari and McLaren counterparts in several races, but Williams's campaign only yielded third place in the Constructors' Championship.
Williams maintainted their driver line-up for the season. The team only won one race, which was at Malaysia , one of only 2 races not won by Ferrari in a year dominated by the Ferraris of Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello.
Montoya finished third in the Drivers' Championship, eight points ahead of Ralf Schumacher, who finished fourth. In qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix at the 5.
During pre-season, Frank Williams was very confident that the FW25 would challenge for the title. Montoya stayed in contention for the Drivers' Championship during the season, and finished third, 11 points behind Michael Schumacher , while Ralf Schumacher finished fifth, 24 points behind Montoya.
Williams finished second in the Constructors' Championship, two points ahead of McLaren. At the start of the season, it was announced that Montoya would be moving to McLaren in The team began the season with a radical nose-cone design, known as the " Walrus -Nose", that proved uncompetitive and was replaced by a more conventional assembly in the second half of the year.
Ferrari dominated for a third consecutive season, winning 15 of the 18 races. Another low part of the season was when both Williams and Toyota were disqualified from the Canadian Grand Prix after it was discovered that both cars had brake irregularities, the brake ducts seemingly not conforming to regulations.
Meanwhile, Button signed a contract to drive for Williams in During the course of the and F1 seasons, BMW Motorsport and director Mario Theissen increasingly became publicly critical of the Williams F1 team's inability to create a package capable of winning the Constructors' Championship, or even multiple victories within a single season.
Williams could have opted to continue with BMW engines in , despite the fact that the engine manufacturer was about to set up its own team.
Despite having signed a contract to race for Williams, Jenson Button decided to stay with BAR for as it was to become a Honda works team.
Williams and Cosworth entered a partnership agreement where Cosworth would supply engines, transmissions and associated electronics and software for the team.
The Williams team also switched to Bridgestone tyres. The season started well, with both drivers scoring points in the opening race of the season, and Nico Rosberg setting the fastest lap at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The rest of the season was disappointing for Williams, with 20 retirements out of 36 starts for the two cars. The team failed to finish on the podium all season, the first time this had happened since Williams's debut season in The team eventually finished eighth in the Constructors' Championship, with only 11 points.
Following Williams's worst points tally since , the team announced that Japanese manufacturer Toyota would be supplying the engines for the season.
Alexander Wurz , who had been a test driver at Williams since , became the team's second driver to replace the outgoing Mark Webber; Japanese driver Kazuki Nakajima , son of Satoru , replaced Wurz as a test driver alongside Karthikeyan.
Soon afterwards, the team secured a sponsorship deal with Lenovo who built the team's new supercomputer. Rosberg and Wurz gave Williams a more productive season in terms of points and, in Montreal , Wurz scored the team's first podium finish since Nick Heidfeld's second-place at the European Grand Prix.
Over the course of the year Rosberg was consistently in the points, scoring 20 during the season; in comparison, teammate Wurz finished in the points three times.
Following the announcement that Wurz would be retiring from the sport,  Williams brought in their young test driver Nakajima to drive the second car for them in the final race in Brazil.
The Japanese driver finished in tenth despite starting from near the back of the grid, while Rosberg enjoyed his best race of the season, finishing in fourth.
Williams finished fourth in the Constructors' Championship that year. Rosberg was confirmed as staying with Williams until the end of on 9 December , ending speculation that he could take Fernando Alonso 's vacated seat at McLaren.
The season was a mixture of success and disappointment for Williams. While Rosberg managed to obtain 2 podiums in Australia and Singapore , the team struggled at circuits with high-speed corners.
The fact that the team was one of the first to switch development to their car when new regulations came in also hindered their season, and Williams finished a disappointing 8th in the Constructors' Championship.
Rosberg stated that unless the team was more competitive in the near future, he would look to drive elsewhere. Williams retained Rosberg and Nakajima for the season.
Frank Williams had admitted that he had regretted parting with BMW but stated that Toyota had tremendous ability to become a top engine supplier.
Speculation had been surrounding Toyota's future on the Formula 1 grid. This was due to the fact that for a big budget team, Toyota had only managed second place as their best result.
In December , Williams confirmed their commitment to F1 following the Honda withdrawal announcement. Ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix, Williams announced that it would be ending its three-year partnership with Toyota and finding a new engine supplier for After the termination of their Toyota contract, Williams announced that from the season they were to enter into a "long-term partnership" with Cosworth , and would be using an updated version of the CA V8 engine which powered their cars in Replacing Hülkenberg in the test seat was Finland's Valtteri Bottas , who finished third in the Formula Three Euroseries as well as winning the non-championship Masters of Formula 3 event at Zandvoort.
Their new car, the Williams FW32 , was unveiled for the first time at a shakedown test at Silverstone. Hülkenberg took the team's first pole position in over five years, in variable conditions at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
At the second pre-season test in Jerez, Barrichello posted the fastest time of the week on the last day. That was to no avail as Williams endured one of their worst seasons to date: After Brazil, the team ended with a ninth place in the Constructors' Championship.
On 4 July , Williams announced they would be reuniting with engine-supplier Renault who were to supply the team's engines from onwards.
Around 90 minutes after celebrating this win, a fire broke out in the garage of the Williams team, damaging the FW34 of Bruno Senna and leaving several injured.
Claire Williams , the daughter of team principal Frank Williams, was appointed deputy principal in March In May , Williams signed a long-term contract with Mercedes to supply engines for the team, the German manufacturer providing 1.
The team also unveiled a new, multi-year title sponsorship deal with drinks brand Martini. As part of the deal, the team became Williams Martini Racing, except in Bahrain, Russia and Abu Dhabi, where the team is known as Williams Racing because of alcohol advertising restrictions.
The team received their first pole position since , courtesy of Massa at the Austrian Grand Prix ; it was the only time that Mercedes would be beaten to pole position over the course of the season.
With Bottas qualifying alongside Massa, it was also the first time the team had locked out the front row since the German Grand Prix.
They repeated this feat in the season, despite a low-key season owing to the resurgence of Ferrari. The team went into the season with Bottas and Massa retained.
Former Ferrari Driver Academy member Lance Stroll joined the team as a development driver; Alex Lynn became a reserve driver with Paul di Resta who was announced on 13 March,  following Susie Wolff 's retirement from motorsport.
In September , Massa announced his intentions to retire from Formula One, with Stroll later announced as his replacement for Massa was forced to withdraw from the Hungarian Grand Prix due to illness, the team therefore announced that Paul di Resta would be racing alongside Stroll instead.
On 4 November , Felipe Massa announced his decision to retire from F1. Williams have struggled over the course of the season. In the first 9 races, the team accumulated only 4 points, putting the team last in the Constructors' Championship standings.
Although the reliability of the car appeared good, they were significantly off the pace: The team's only other points finish was at the Italian Grand Prix , with Stroll finishing 9th and Sirotkin scoring his first championship point in 10th.
On 12 October , the team announced that George Russell would be joining the team from the season. WAE's target markets are: The company provides the battery technology used in Formula E ,  and has assisted the development of the electric Vanda Dendrobium car from Singapore.
WAE announced in June a new collaboration with Nismo , the performance orientated brand of Nissan , to partner in the development of high performance road cars.
The company announced in August a collaboration with Singer Vehicle Design. The first fruit of this work is a modified, naturally aspirated, air-cooled, flat-six Porsche engine with a 4.
Williams Hybrid Power WHP was the division of Williams F1 that developed electromechanical flywheels for mobile applications such as buses, trams and high-performance endurance-racing cars.
A hybrid system that uses a spinning composite rotor to store energy, these flywheels help a vehicle save fuel and ultimately reduce its CO 2 emissions.
While other teams were pouring their efforts into electric battery systems, Williams F1 opted to go down the flywheel route because of a strong belief in the technology's wider applications.
While it was never raced in Formula One due to technical changes, WHP has since seen its technology adapted for a range of applications. WHP has also seen its flywheel technology introduced into a series of buses as part of a deal with the Go-Ahead Group, one of the UK's biggest transport operators.
Williams Heritage WH is the retired chassis and restoration division of Williams F1 similar to Ferrari F1 Clienti and Classic Team Lotus that keeps and maintains old retired Williams Formula One chassis that are no longer in racing use or are prepared for historic events and show runs or for the client that used in track.
The division's headquarters are located at the Formula One team's Grove site and also manages and looks after the Williams Grand Prix collection.
The division is currently managed by Jonathan Williams and longtime Williams mechanic Dickie Stanford. Williams developed the car for the revived Formula Two championship, beginning in The Metro 6R4 rally car was developed by Williams in on commission from Rover.
The rally car was a MG Metro with a completely new V6 engine mid-engined and four-wheel drive , developed to the international Group B rallying regulations.
Williams developed the car in just six months. Williams entered the British Touring Car Championship in , taking over the works Renault program.
While Menu was a championship contender, Hoy had constant failures and bad luck during the first half of the season. However, Hoy's luck changed and he won three races and scored several podium finishes in the second half of the year, eventually taking fourth in the championship while Menu finished second in the championship with seven wins.
Renault won the manufacturers championship. Menu was second in the championship again, while Hoy finished a lowly ninth.
Other changes for the team saw Jason Plato replacing Hoy, taking third in the championship. The team won 15 races out of 24 in It also competed in the Bathurst with Menu and Plato leading for much of the early part of the race.
Alan Jones drove the second car, his first appearance for Williams since While the Renaults had a new look for , the opposition had caught up after , and both Menu and Plato had a more difficult season, finishing fourth and fifth in the championship.
In the final round of at Silverstone , a third car was entered for Independents Champion Tommy Rustad. Renault ultimately finished third in the manufacturers trophy and second in the teams championship.
Plato was joined by Jean-Christophe Boullion. Renault did not have much luck in with engine failures haunting the team during the mid-part of the seasons.
The Williams name and logo were used on the Renault Clio Williams , a limited sports model of the production supermini, which was Formula One's safety car in Through subsidiary Williams Hybrid Power , the company developed and supplied a flywheel-based kinetic-energy storage system which was in use on a Porsche GT3 R car in various GT racing series.
Williams's Advanced Engineering division collaborated with Jaguar Racing in its debut season. According to the company, the FW-EVX is readily scalable for C-, C-D- and D-segment vehicles, and boasts innovations relating to cooling systems, lightweight components and the assembly process.
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Retrieved 6 February He repassed Barrichello and Herbert in the early laps, but remained in 11th after the first stops.
The second stops were better for him, and he passed Ralf Schumacher, Hill and Coulthard, emerging in 8th. He was passed late on by Giancarlo Fisichella in the Jordan and demoted to 9th, so once again scored no points.
This result left Villeneuve equal top of the championship with Coulthard and Williams equal second with Benetton and behind McLaren. An early safety car was triggered in Argentina due to the collision between Coulthard and Ferrari's Michael Schumacher.
This was good for the Williams team, who had started , with Villeneuve on pole for the third consecutive time.
It didn't last very long for Frentzen, though, as his clutch broke after only five laps, meaning he had still scored no points for the season.
Villeneuve was able to hold on to the lead for the vast majority of the race, with only five laps during the pitstops led by the Ferrari of Eddie Irvine.
The Canadian's second win of the season left him and the team clear at the top of the championship table, despite Frentzen being yet to score. Frentzen was jumped by Michael Schumacher at the start, and the Williams cars ran 1st and 3rd until the first round of pitstops, when Villeneuve was already suffering from gearbox problems.
Frentzen jumped his compatriot Schumacher and took the lead while Villeneuve dropped to 3rd with his problems. He finally retired on lap Frentzen was under pressure from Schumacher to the very end, but held on to take his first ever F1 victory.
Villeneuve held on to his championship lead, as did the team, and Frentzen moved up to equal third — he, Gerhard Berger of Benetton, Mika Häkkinen of McLaren, Irvine and Coulthard all had 10 points.
Frentzen took his first career pole at the Monaco Grand Prix , but Villeneuve was back in third with Michael Schumacher splitting them.
The Ferrari man jumped Frentzen at the very wet start and the Jordans of Fisichella and Ralf Schumacher also got through. Villeneuve had an awful start and was down to 9th, behind Coulthard, Herbert, Barrichello and Olivier Panis 's Prost as well.
Frentzen had a spin and Villeneuve had technical problems, and they were soon running 16th and 17th. As the rain continued to fall, they picked up places due to the accidents of Herbert and Jarno Trulli in the Minardi , Berger having to stop for a new front wing and actually passing Shinji Nakano 's Prost on the racetrack.
This left them in 11th and 12th with Frentzen still leading his teammate, but on lap 17 Villeneuve pulled into the pits with a problem, later identified as accident damage after a brush with the barrier, and retired.
Frentzen picked up a place on the same lap due to Jean Alesi spinning his Benetton out of the race. The German passed Ukyo Katayama in the other Minardi a lap later, and was in 9th.
He was still in 9th on lap 40 when he ran wide at the seafront chicane and bounced across the kerbs, damaging his right front suspension.
He then hit the wall on the other side of the track, which caused almost identical damage to the left front suspension. He was out of the race, and the Williams Monaco challenge was over.
Michael Schumacher's victory left him top of the championship by four points from Villeneuve. Frentzen had been demoted to fourth due to Eddie Irvine's 3rd place, and Williams had been bumped down to 2nd by the Ferrari performance.
The Williams cars were back on the front row in Spain , with Villeneuve on pole again. Villeneuve held position at the start despite intense pressure from Coulthard and Michael Schumacher.
Frentzen, however, dropped down to 6th as the McLaren and the Ferrari swept passed him along with Alesi and Häkkinen. Frentzen had run as high as third, but by the time the second pitstops were over he was down to 8th - Herbert and Panis had got passed him as well.
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