Base: Grove, UK
Drivers: J Montoya
Test Drivers: M Gene
World Championships: 9
Engine: BMW P83
Highest race finish: 1 (x109)
Pole Positions: 121
First Season: 1975
Fastest Laps: 122
2000 - 2002 Despite winning races, the Williams team does not mount a serious Championship challenge to the dominant Ferrari team.
1997 Jacques Villeneuve takes his first and so far only Drivers' Championship and Williams takes the Constructors' Championship for a ninth time.
1996 Damon Hill wins the Drivers' Championship for Williams and the team takes their eighth Constructors' title.
1994 The season sees the Williams team suffer its first fatality when Ayrton Senna is killed at Imola. In a sombre season the team wins the Constructors' Championship.
1993 Alain Prost wins his fourth Drivers' Championship with Williams and announces his retirement from the sport.
1992 Nigel Mansell wins the first five rounds of the season for Williams, the team goes on to take both Drivers' and Constructors' titles. Mansell leaves the sport to compete in IndyCar.
1986 Team owner Frank Williams is seriously injured in a car accident. In typically determined fashion, he continues to lead the team.
1980 Alan Jones wins the Drivers' Championship and Williams takes the Constructors' Championship.
1979 Clay Regazzoni wins the British Grand Prix to give Williams its first ever victory.
1978 Williams Grand Prix Engineering founded. Alan Jones is signed to drive for the team.
1975 Williams team debut season. Six Constructors' Championship points give it ninth position.