Williams confirms 2010 entry

The AT&T Williams team is pleased to confirm that its entry to the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship has been accepted by the FIA. Frank Williams, Team Principal, said "2010 will be my 42nd consecutive season in Formula One. We are already...

The AT&T Williams team is pleased to confirm that its entry to the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship has been accepted by the FIA.

Frank Williams, Team Principal, said "2010 will be my 42nd consecutive season in Formula One. We are already designing the main elements of next year's FW32 which will build on the useful step forward taken with the FW31."

The FIA confirmed that Ferrari, Red Bull Racing, Toro Rosso and Force India have also been entered into the 2010 Championship but Brawn GP, McLaren, Renault, Toyota and BMW Sauber must lift their conditions of entry if they are not to be sidelined next year. The deadline for this being a week from now, on Friday 19 June, as the British GP gets underway.

The sport's governing body also published details of three new entries to Formula One for 2010, namely Campos Grand Prix, US F1 and Manor Grand Prix. If the conditional entrants can not reach an agreement with the FIA, there is the potential for further new teams to enter the Championship.

-credit: williams

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Frank Williams
Teams Ferrari , Red Bull Racing , Sauber , McLaren , Force India , Toro Rosso , Williams , Brawn GP