6 Facts About Williams Grand Prix Engineering

1. In May 2013, Williams Grand Prix Engineering signed a long-term contract with Mercedes to supply engines for the team, the German manufacturer providing 1.6-litre V6 turbo engines from the start of the 2014 season.

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2. That was to no avail as Williams Grand Prix Engineering endured one of their worst seasons to date: two ninth places for Barrichello and one tenth place for Maldonado were their best results during the entire year.

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3. In 1999, Williams Grand Prix Engineering employed the Supertec engine, which was a rebadged Mecachrome-Renault unit, and a new driver line-up.

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4. At the next race in Spain, Williams Grand Prix Engineering brought in test driver David Coulthard as Hill's new teammate.

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5. In March 1986, Frank Williams Grand Prix Engineering faced the most serious challenge of his life.

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6. Towards the end of 1978 Frank Williams Grand Prix Engineering recruited Frank Dernie to join Patrick Head in the design office.

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