Celebrating 40 Years of Williams in F1 with our fans and past legends

Looking back on an incredible day at Silverstone​, celebrating 40 Years of Williams in F1 with the fans and legends from the team’s history.

 

Pit stops in the fifties and today

Observe how the art of the pit stop has evolved since 1950.

Hamilton and Vettel catching in on…Prost and Senna!

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MOST F1 WINS (ALL-TIME)

91: M Schumacher
51: A Prost
41: A Senna
41: S Vettel
40: L Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton, Sir Stirling Moss and two Classic Silver Arrows at Monza! Pure Magic!

This one will give you goosebumps… guaranteed! Enjoy! 🙂

F1 Italian GP 1981: Elio de Angelis vs Didier Pironi

After being overtaken by Carlos Reutemann, Didier Pironi are also passed by the Italian driver Elio de Angelis. Both were killed soon after. Pironi in a powerboat accident caused by the wave of an oil tanker and de Angelis during a test drive without marshalls, when he was suffocated by the smoked caused by the fire of the car in an otherwise not so serious accident.

Not much has changed!

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Stat Of The Day – Most Wins

Schumacher will keep his crown forever. But Prost and Senna will be overtaken. Eventually.

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Tracking Italy’s passion for F1

La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Paolo Ianieri takes Christina Macfarlane on a journey to the heartland of F1 in Italy, Monza.

The fastest lap in Formula One history

Juan Pablo Montoya sets the fastest lap in Formula 1 history during pre-qualifying for the 2004 Italian Grand Prix.

Driving for Williams, the Colombian lapped Monza at an average speed of 262.242kmh / 162.9mph.

One of the most exciting drivers of his era, Montoya won seven times in Formula 1 between 2001 and 2006 while driving for Williams and McLaren.

The 2005 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One race, held on September 4, 2005 at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza circuit. Fifteenth race of the 2005 Formula One season, it was the event in which Juan Pablo Montoya achieved the fastest ever speed recorded during a F1 race, 372.6 km/h (231.5 mph).




Spa through the lens

F1 photographer Darren Heath guides us through the history of the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit.