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Bottas really pleased with Williams FW37

After two days of testing at Jerez, Valtteri Bottas has a good feeling when in the cockpit of the Williams FW37 and concluded his two days of testing in Spain pleased with progress made Bottas summed...
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Williams launch the Mercedes powered FW37

The new Williams Mercedes FW37 was unveiled today ahead of the first pre-season test in Jerez, Spain. The F1 grid will once again be adorned with the red and blue stripes that have grown to be so iconic in...
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Williams concludes apparel deal with Alpinestars

Williams Martini Racing has reached a new agreement with motorsport apparel specialist Alpinestars that will see the company supply its technical performance products to the team for the 2015 Formula One...
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Lynn confirms split from Red Bull junior programme

Williams' highly rated newly appointed development driver Alex Lynn has confirmed that he his split from Red Bull's high profile junior driver development programme. Last year, as he powered to the GP3...
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Lynn joins Williams as a development driver

Williams have signed 21-year-old Briton Alex Lynn as a development driver for the 2015 Formula 1 season, the team has announced. Lynn, who will also be competing in the GP2 feeder series this year, won...
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Williams first to reveal their 2015 Formula 1 car

Williams claimed a first by revealing their 2015 car before any of their Formula 1 rivals had taken the wraps off theirs. With Force India due to show off their new livery at a presentation in Mexico...
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Bottas thinks look of F1 cars will change

Williams driver Valtteri Bottas thinks the odd and at times downright ugly look of modern era Formula 1 cars is about to end. Last year, unseemly 'anteater', 'vacuum cleaner', 'walrus-tusked' and other...