WILLIAMS F1 TEAM – LOOKING AHEAD TO THE 2013 FIA FORMULA ONE™ SEASON
The Williams F1 Team is one of the most enduring in Formula One™ history. They have raced in over 590 Grands Prix and won 114 races, amounting to 9 constructors and 7 drivers World Championship titles. Thomson Reuters shares fundamental values with Williams F1 Team-including a dedication to teamwork, innovation and the highest standards of performance. Their success relies on intelligent information delivered with unparalleled speed and efficiency.
2012 proved to be an exciting year for the Williams F1 Team; especially after driver, Pastor Maldonado, brought home a race win at the Spanish Grand Prix. Both Pastor and Bruno Senna showcased determination and skill during the 20 rounds of the 2012 FIA Formula One Championship. A new technical leadership team across design, aerodynamics and engineering, along with a revived historic partnership with Renault engines, resulted in improved performance and reliability for the team’s race cars and paved the way for both driver’s to consistently score points throughout the season.
2013 marks the team’s impressive 36th year in the sport and they have started the season with a revitalised line up. The team race with new driver pairing as Valtteri Bottas (Finland) joins Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela).
The team’s efforts this year will focus on providing the FW35 and their drivers with a strong performance platform to reassert their competitiveness amongst the other ten Formula One™ teams on the grid.
We hope you will join us in wishing the Williams F1 Team a successful 2013.
2013 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLDCHAMPIONSHIP RACE CALENDAR
15 – 17 Mar Australia (Melbourne)
22 – 24 Mar Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
12 – 14 Apr China (Shanghai)
19 – 21 Apr Bahrain (Sakhir)
10 – 12 May Spain (Barcelona)
23 – 26 May Monaco (Monte Carlo)
07 – 09 Jun Canada (Montral)
28 – 30 Jun Great Britain (Silverstone)
05 – 07 Jul Germany (TBC)
19 – 21 Jul TBC (TBC)
26 – 28 Jul Hungary (Budapest)
23 - 25 Aug Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
06 – 08 Sep Italy (Monza)
20 – 22 Sep Singapore (Singapore)
04 – 06 Oct Korea (Yeongam)
11 – 13 Oct Japan (Suzuka)
25 – 27 Oct India (New Delhi)
01– 03 Nov Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)
15 – 17 Nov USA (Austin)
22 – 24 Nov Brazil (So Paulo)
(Race calendar subject to change)