Sport Pastor Maldonado

Nico Hulkenberg had been team principal Eric Boullier's first choice

Lewis Hamilton made it three pole positions in a row for the first time in his Formula One career as he confounded himself and his team

Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton takes pole

Lewis Hamilton made it three pole positions in a row for the first time in his Formula One career as he confounded himself and his team.

Nico Rosberg takes pole position in Monaco Grand Prix qualifying

Nico Rosberg scored his third successive pole position as Mercedes locked out the front row for the second consecutive race.

Formula One's Williams group hits the skids

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My Secret Life: Claire Williams, 36, Williams F1 Deputy Team Principal

'I'm no good at reversing cars'

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The triple world champion was fastest during practice in Melbourne

Mark Webber in action for Red Bull in Barcelona

Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber quickest in pre-season F1 testing

The final pre-season session before the start of the season is taking place

Frank Williams

Williams looking to mount Formula One title challenge

Williams today became the last team to unveil their latest car

Valtteri Bottas

Valtteri Bottas replaces Bruno Senna at Williams

Valtteri Bottas has been promoted to race driver for the 2013 Formula One season as he will line up alongside Pastor Maldonado at Williams.

Fernando Alonso will start the US Grand Prix seventh, on the clean side of the grid

US Grand Prix: Ferrari take Felipe Massa penalty to aid Fernando Alonso title bid

Alonso to start Austin race from seventh on the grid

Nico Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg switch from Force India to Sauber confirmed

Sauber have unsurprisingly swooped to sign Nico Hulkenberg who has long been linked with a race seat since Sergio Perez announced his forthcoming switch to McLaren.

The fire is tackled in the Williams garage

McLaren offer Williams help following fire at Spanish Grand Prix

McLaren have offered their assistance as Williams now attempt to quickly rebuild ahead of next week's Monaco Grand Prix.

Adam Parr

Spotlight On: Adam Parr, Former chairman, Williams Grand Prix Holdings

Who's this slicked-back character? Is he a Formula One driver?

<b>Driver no:</b> 9 <br/><br/>
<b>RUBENS BARRICHELLO (Williams) </b>
<br/><br/><b>Born:</b> May 23, 1972 in Sao Paulo, Brazil <br/><b>Grand prix debut:</b> South Africa 1993 (Jordan) <br/><b>Grands prix entered:</b> 288 (starts 284) <br/><b>Highest championship position:</b> 2nd (2002, 2004) <br/><b>Best result:</b> 1st (x11) <br/><b>Highest grid position:</b> 1st (x14) <br/><b>Podiums:</b> 68 <br/><b>Points:</b> 607

Rubens Barrichello confirms IndyCar move

Rubens Barrichello has today officially confirmed his switch to IndyCar.

Williams usher in 'fresh start' ahead of new Formula One season

Frank Williams today ushered in "a truly fresh start" for his team as their latest challenger for the new Formula One season was unveiled.

Bruno Senna

Senna name returns to Williams

Brazilian Bruno Senna has signed to drive for Williams this season. The move means the 28-year-old is joining the team for which his uncle Ayrton Senna was driving when he was killed in 1994.

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