As a family-led business with Sir Frank Williams at the helm, the team were once pioneers of the sport producing arguably the most technologically advanced cars in the early 1990s.
A team which dominated the ‘80s and ‘90s winning nine championships in the space of seventeen years, the back of the grid is where they are usually seen nowadays.
Williams hit their biggest low in 2019 scoring just one point and finishing bottom, but with a young star in George Russell as a driver and widespread regulations for the sport in 2021, the optimism is still there that the team can make huge progression in the coming years.
However for 2020, another year at the back is seemingly the most realistic outcome.
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