Williams drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi have both said they will remain at the team for the 2021 F1 season.
Williams has announced a new partnership deal with London-based financial newspaper The Financial Times, whose logos will appear on its car this weekend.
Williams has announced its head of performance engineering Rob Smedley will step down at the end of the season.
Williams will continue to manufacture its own gearboxes having decided against switching to Mercedes units next year.
Williams’ head of aerodynamics Dirk de Beer has stepped down from his role, the team has announced.
Williams realised it had a significant problem with its FW41 from the moment the car first ran in pre-season testing, chief technical officer Paddy Lowe admits.
Lance Stroll’s father Lawrence wants Williams and Mercedes to adopt a Haas/Ferrari-style model but denied rumours he has offered to pay for it.
Liberty Media has been urged by one of the sport’s longest-running teams not to back down from plans to introduce a budget cap to F1 in 2021.
Williams has targeted a big reduction in its gap to F1’s front-runners with its new FW41.
Williams has revealed the first images of its FW41 car for the 2018 F1 season which it describes as being “significantly different” to its predecessor.
Williams views Sergey Sirotkin’s appointment as a move to help the long-term competitiveness of the team, but it means Robert Kubica will have to sit tight.
The contest between Mercedes customers Williams and Force India was very one-sided in 2017 as Grove’s drivers failed to put up a fight.
Felipe Massa’s intended retirement last year only came about because Williams couldn’t afford to keep him according to Pat Symonds.
Williams slipped back into the midfield last year and their plans for 2017 hit a major snag during the off-season.
Lance Stroll said he will change his approach when he gets back in the Williams tomorrow after a spin ended his running early today.
Felipe Massa revealed the discussions which led to his return began to just days after he said farewell to Williams at the team’s Christmas party.
The new Williams FW40 for 2017 has been officially presented by the team ahead of its first testing run.
How have Williams tackled Formula One’s new rules for 2017? Compare their new FW40 with last year’s car using these interactive images.
Williams has appointed Dirk De Beer as its new head of aerodynamics. He will start work at the beginning of next month.
Brazilian media is reporting Felipe Massa signed a contract with Williams yesterday to drive for the team in 2017, taking the place of Valtteri Bottas.