Will Stevens1991-05-28 (age 30)
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Ex-Formula 1 racer Will Stevens says he would love to seal a full-time drive in the FIA World Endurance Championship after winning on his return to the series in the Sebring 1000 Miles.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Will Stevens will return to the WRT Audi team for the next Sprint Cup round of the Blancpain GT Series at the Hungaroring later this month.
Will Stevens says he is starting to “prove himself” as an endurance racing driver following his GTE Am class victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Team WRT Audi doubled up in the Blancpain Sprint round at Zolder as Markus Winkelhock and Will Stevens led an all-Audi top four the main race.
Comforted by the double podium finish at the last Sprint Cup race at Brands Hatch, the squad, will definitely want to fight for the first success of the season!
Top Blancpain team Audi WRT has announced its full 2017 line-up, which includes endurance ace Benoit Treluyer, junior single-seater convert Jake Dennis and Formula E driver Robin Frijns.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Will Stevens will continue with top Blancpain GT team Audi WRT for the 2017 season, it has been announced.
The podium came for Will Stevens, Dries Vanthoor and Laurens Vanthoor after an incredible weekend of hard work and mixed emotions
Team WRT will be debuting in the European Le Mans Series at Spa-Francorchamps, with a line-up of Will Stevens, Laurens Vanthoor and Dries Vanthoor.
It’s the seventh podium finish at Spa in six consecutive years for the Belgian Audi Club Team WRT
The GP-Strecke and the Eifel’s unpredictable weather are waiting the Blancpain for another crowded and closely-fought race.
Ex-Marussia Formula 1 driver Will Stevens will team up with Rene Rast in a sixth entry for the WRT Audi squad in this year's Blancpain Sprint Series.
Alexander Rossi and Pastor Maldonado have emerged as prime candidates to replace Gabby Chaves in the #98 Andretti Autosport-BHA entry in 2016.
Will Stevens says he is "100 percent confident" of landing a race seat with Manor for the 2016 Formula 1 season.
Will Stevens has paid tribute to Jules Bianchi’s legacy at the Manor Marussia team, but admitted that this weekend at the Hungaroring will be “tough” after its former driver passed away last Friday.
Promoter Tavo Hellmund and financier James Carney head US-based investment group looking to buy a Formula 1 team.
Lewis Hamilton scored his third victory of the season in Bahrain, but Kimi Raikkonen was the star of the show for Ferrari, grabbing second from Nico Rosberg in the closing stages.
Check out how the standings changed after today's race. Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes extends the lead.
Despite his great race Nico Rosberg lost his P2 to Kimi Raikkonen on penultimate lap due to a brake failure.
Both Mercedes drivers in top 3 splitted by Ferrari's Vettel.
German edges his teammate by one tenth, both Ferrari behind them with Raikkonen in P3. Teams were working through their tyre programs.
Ferrari ends the session 1-2 with Williams' Bottas in third.
Sebastian Vettel: "It is a shame that we couldn’t put both cars side by side."
Hamilton pipes Rosberg, for pole position. Sebastian Vettel gets P3, with Raikkonen only in sixth.
Lewis Hamilton stayed on top of the times in second practice for the Chinese Grand Prix, as Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg finished down in fifth.
Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are in top three spots respectively. Top teams were practicing different tyre strategies.
Sebastian Vettel managed to pipe both Mercedes drivers being on better tire strategy. Second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen is in fourth.
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang in a rain-affected session.
Manor Marussia finally made it onto the track in Malaysia as both Will Stevens and Roberto Merhi ran the revamped car for the first time in free practice at Sepang.
A sweet and sour start to the Malaysian GP weekend for Mercedes, as Lewis Hamilton’s car failure offset Nico Rosberg’s fastest time.