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Moral high ground is dangerous place from which to view Bahrain and F1 | Richard Williams

By on April 27, 2012 in Professional with No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone and Formula One have negotiated the speed bump of Bahrain but, although the drivers and teams buried their heads in the sand, the issues remain far from black and white The chequered flag fluttered, the engines fell silent, the trophies were awarded and the Formula One circus emitted a sigh of relief before […]

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Williams call in Michael Johnson to save precious fractions in F1 pits

By on January 27, 2012 in Professional with No Comments

The former athlete Michael Johnson has been helping the Williams F1 team by looking for ways to speed up their pit stops When Williams announced that they had signed Michael Johnson to help their Formula One team the first reaction was that the great American athlete would be employed to push their jalopy round the […]

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Peugeot’s Le Mans withdrawal a blow to team but the race will endure | Richard Williams

By on January 20, 2012 in Professional with No Comments

Peugeot’s new hybrid 908 is destined to make its only journey straight to the company’s museum, a casualty of the recession A group of Peugeot Sport engineers and mechanics had barely touched down in the United States on Wednesday, on their way to a test session at the Sebring circuit, when they were given the […]

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Williams confirm Pastor Maldonado’s seat for the 2012 F1 season

By on December 2, 2011 in Professional with No Comments

• Venezuelan to be retained after impressing on debut• Adrian Sutil expected to replace Rubens Barrichello Williams have confirmed that Pastor Maldonado will remain with the team for the 2012 Formula One season but have yet to reveal the identity of his team-mate. The Venezuelan former GP2 champion has just finished a rookie season that […]

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Fast on the track and faster off it: Is Lewis Hamilton losing his grip? | Richard Williams

By on July 8, 2011 in Professional with No Comments

The child prodigy Lewis Hamilton is a man now but needs a guiding hand more than ever Tiger Woods lost his father, slewed off the rails, and has so far been unable to find his way back. Mike Tyson lost his mentor and surrogate parent, Cus D’Amato, and slipped his emotional moorings, never to recover. […]

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Williams see stock market flotation as solution to loss of sponsorship

By on February 5, 2011 in Professional with No Comments

• Shares will start trading on stock exchange on 2 March• Frank Williams to remain as the majority shareholder The Williams Formula One team have confirmed they will go public to secure their long-term future as an independent concern. The British team said in a statement today that they expect their shares to start trading […]

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Bernie Ecclestone’s Formula One architect is off on the wrong track | Richard Williams

By on September 4, 2010 in Professional with No Comments

There are good reasons why Spa has become a favourite of recent generations of grand prix drivers The majestic circuit of Spa-Francorchamps looked much the same at the weekend as it did the last time I visited it in 1967 – the year of Sgt Pepper and the assassination of Che Guevara. But that’s one thing […]

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Fernando Alonso relaxed and sensing a ‘perfect moment’ with Ferrari | Richard Williams

By on August 28, 2010 in Professional with No Comments

The Spanish driver has never been happier and still believes he can win the Formula One world championship this season This is a good time to be a Spanish sporting hero, a thought that brings a sudden smile to the face of Fernando Alonso as he sits in the Ferrari motorhome in the rainswept paddock […]

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