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Carlos Sainz receives 4-year F1 contract proposal from Williams Racing

Carlos Sainz is a driver with two options for next year and beyond. The 29-year-old Spanish driver has multi-year deal offers on the table from Williams and Sauber/Audi as the new regulations in 2026 are coming quickly. In February Scuderia Ferrari confirmed that Lewis Hamilton would be joining their team in 2025, leaving Sainz out…

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“Any team would be privileged to have Sainz” — James Vowles hopeful the Spaniard will join Williams F1 next year

Carlos Sainz is undoubtedly the hottest topic on the Formula 1 drivers’ market since it was announced that Lewis Hamilton is taking his seat at Ferrari next year. However, the options he seemed to have at the start of the season are slowly slipping through his fingers, with Sergio Perez securing a two-year contract extension…

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“I’ve seen a huge step forward” in my performance this year — Sargeant stays defiant as he fights for F1 future

Logan Sargeant has shared his thoughts on navigating the complexities of the racing season amidst the ongoing changes in the Formula 1 landscape as he fights for his future. When asked about the difficulty of maintaining focus during the so-called “silly season”, with drivers frequently coming and going at the Williams Racing motorhome — the…

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“Of course I want to stay” — Sargeant remains hopeful he can retain Williams F1 drive beyond 2024

As the Monaco Grand Prix approaches this weekend, Logan Sargeant expressed his belief that he is “extremely” close to reaching the performance level required to maintain his position with Williams into next season. Team principal James Vowles has come out and said that Sargeant’s future with the team is in the balance because of his…

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Williams FW46 F1 car losing “about four and a half tenths a lap” as it is overweight — Vowles

Williams has unveiled weight-saving plans, starting a this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola, revealing that its 2024 Formula 1 car, which has been quite substantially overweight, has been losing the team almost half a second a lap at each event so far. The Grove-based team hopes to bring Alex Albon’s car closer to…

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Vowles says that Albon’s re-signing is a “huge vote of confidence” for Williams F1

Alex Albon’s recent decision to renew his commitment with Williams Racing is not just a personal career move but a significant endorsement of the team’s direction and potential. By signing a “multi-year” extension that extends beyond the 2026 Formula 1 regulations, Albon has solidified his place in the sport and sent a strong signal about…

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Williams boss James Vowles explains Albon’s struggles and the impact of Sargeant’s crash in F1 Miami Grand Prix

Coming off a disappointing Miami Grand Prix Williams team boss James Vowles explained the issues that caused Alexander Albon in both qualifying and the race. In the YouTube series aptly named ‘The Vowles Verdict’ on the team’s official channel, he revealed the Thai suffered extensive floor damage after he hit the same bollard, or what…

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Team bosses and CEO’s argue in favour of awarding F1 points all the way down to 20th

During the Chinese Grand Prix weekend, it was revealed that F1 and the teams are considering expanding the current points-scoring positions beyond 10th place, with a proposal to extend the points allocation to 12th. Discussions at a recent F1 Commission meeting centred on potential changes to the points system, with a consensus that more time…

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Vowles dismisses rumours Antonelli will replace Sargeant at Williams F1 for Imola: “We have far bigger problems to solve than drivers at the moment”

The FIA has received a request to grant Andrea Kimi Antonelli a Super License under special conditions. According to the age limit set as rule following Max Verstappen’s debut as a 17-year-old in free practice at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix before his first race at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix. Antonelli should wait until…

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