Great shot of Heikki during a very wet Second Practice

The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps presents a spectacular challenge for both car and driver…

Pirelli tyre wristbands

Fernando Alonso neck training

Williams Pop Quiz

Williams on Facebook:

Amongst our Pinterest photos from Belgium, we also have this cracking photo of a certain ex Williams F1 driver. Does anyone know who this is and what year it’s from?

Williams created a Pinterest page for the Belgian Grand Prix

You can visit the page here.

Infographic of Lewis Hamilton’s first victory at 2007 Canadian Grand Prix

Here is a intertwining graph showing the positions of every driver throughout the race in 2007 Canadian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton took his first victory here at Montreal.

Every driver’s starting position is shown at the bottom of the graph, going up until the end of the race. Hamilton is being represented in gold, as you can see, he was leading throughout the race with the lead lost briefly to Felipe Massa. Impressive driving from a rookie driver!

All drivers that failed to finish the race are represented with dashed line.

Lewis Hamilton secures Maiden Grand Prix victory, Montreal, 2007
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On this day 20 years ago, it was a significant event for Williams F1 – Can anyone tell us what happened?

Red Bull Racing F1 Car Drives in Lincoln Tunnel

Former Formula One driver David Coulthard drove the Red Bull Racing Running Show Car through the 1.5 mile Lincoln Tunnel, which connects New York and New Jersey. Coulthard hit speeds of 190 miles per hour, no doubt setting the record for the fastest-ever commute through the tunnel.

The Red Bull F1 Running Showcar Plays The Star-Spangled Banner

As part of our second American Vacation, the Red Bull Racing-livered Running Showcar was in in the US in New York’s Liberty Park; and, just for the fun of it, played our host’s national anthem. All together now: “O say can you see by the dawn’s early light…”