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From grand prix racing roots, Williams Advanced Engineering has quietly built a business credited with saving Formula E and advancing technology in various projects, but why does it prefer a low profile?
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe has admitted he "fell into the trap" of not accepting the extent of the Formula 1 team's problems and how much change it needed.
Robert Kubica was considered a Formula 1 world champion in waiting before his devastating rally accident it early 2011. He's back with Williams in '19 and one of the stories of the season is likely to be how close he can get to his previous level
Promoted: Only a few days left to secure a Formula 1-inspired timepiece – designed by tech-drawing legend Giorgio Piola – and to become a part of his SHIFT movement. The project closes on Saturday, January 26.
With the launch season for Formula 1 2019 just around the corner, the first controversies of the new year have already broken. But in many cases, the seeds of the stories that will dominate the series' news this year have already been sown
Charles Leclerc's rookie season was characterised by stunning qualifying performances and strong races, but the 2019 Ferrari Formula 1 driver must make progress in an important area against Sebastian Vettel.
Formula 1's 2019 aerodynamic rule changes have been divisive - pushed through too quickly and unlikely to do anything to help overtaking, according to the sceptics. The architects of the revamp explain their logic, and the accelerated process
Ferrari president John Elkann has strongly refuted reports that the team faces further management upheaval and could even turn to former boss Stefano Domenicali for help.
The implication that attending a Formula E race is a 'punishment' for a misbehaving Formula 1 driver prompted plenty of derision, but there was logic and value to Max Verstappen's day with the Marrakesh stewards.