Formula 1 drivers say overtaking at Yas Marina remains difficult despite the changes made to improve racing at the circuit last year.
Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
Aston Martin have explained how Nico Hulkenberg’s recent race outings with them has shown skills that have led to Haas signing him for 2023
In the round-up: Williams acknowledge “pressure” on Sargeant to secure F1 superlicence • O’Sullivan joins Prema in F3 • F4 champion Dunne leads Abu Dhabi GP support race entry list
Williams have confirmed Logan Sargeant will drive in Formula 1 practice for the third event in a row this weekend at the Brazilian Grand Prix
Alex Albon says his return to Formula 1 with Williams this year has “gone better than I expected it to” after losing his Red Bull seat in 2020.
Changes to F1’s technical regulations rules 2022 were supposed to make close racing more common but the Mexican
Grand Prix was a procession as usual.
Logan Sargeant, who is poised to make his Formula 1 debut in 2023, convinced Williams he is ready for promotion to the sport’s top flight.
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Williams team principal Jost Capito has revealed Alex Albon’s role in influencing the team’s choice of his 2023 team mate.
Ferrari, McLaren, Williams and Alfa Romeo will run a quartet of new drivers from different backgrounds all seeking a place on the F1 grid.
Williams, one of two Formula 1 teams yet to confirm their 2023 driver line-up, are looking for “someone who will push” Alexander Albon.
Nyck de Vries, the 2019 Formula 2 champion and 2021 Formula E world champion, will race for AlphaTauri in 2023.
Alexander Albon admitted he wasn’t certain he would be able to return to action this weekend after suffering complications arising from surgery two weeks ago.
Williams have confirmed Alex Albon will return to the cockpit for the Singapore Grand Prix, after he missed the Italian Grand Prix due to appendicitis
Nyck de Vries hopes to land a full-time drive in Formula 1 next year after his widely-praised debut last weekend, but says “it’s not only merit” that will determine whether he gets the chance.
Williams’ Alex Albon says the team “have higher expectations going into Monza” as F1 heads to a low-downforce track suited to their car’s strengths
Williams junior driver Roy Nissany has become the third Formula 2 driver this year to earn an automatic ban from an event.
Williams believe their most competitive showing at the Belgian Grand Prix, where they achieved their third points score this year, was not just down to their straight-line speed.
Williams has signed Alexander Albon to a new multi-year deal just half a year into his return. He told RaceFans how he’s learned to be “more selfish” since losing his Red Bull drive.