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– Autosport International is proud to announce that Williams Martini Racing will again have a major feature at its upcoming show
– With 2017 marking Williams’ 40th anniversary, NEC visitors can expect an immersive and interactive centerpiece experience which celebrates four decades of Britain’s most successful Formula One team
– Announcement follows hugely successful presence at Autosport International 2016, which saw the Williams Martini Racing motorhome constructed inside the NEC for the first time outside of the F1 paddock
– Attraction at 2017 event will again celebrate Williams’ cars, drivers, team members, Williams Advanced Engineering and Williams Heritage
– Autosport International takes place from 12-15th January 2017 at the Birmingham NEC with tickets on sale now from http://www.autosportinternational.com Read More »

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Nissan unveiled its ground-breaking BladeGlider prototype today in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with Williams Advanced Engineering playing an important role in the car’s creation as Nissan’s technical partner.Nissan BladeGlider16a Read More »

World Symposium winners15Thomas Kramer, the Scuderia Toro Rosso aero team and Williams Advanced Engineering were the recipients of the Race Engine Designer, the Dino Toso Racecar Aerodynamicist and the Don Burgoon Most Innovative New Motorsport Product of the Year awards respectively, in a night of celebration during the RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium. Read More »

Williams SimmWilliams Advanced Engineering is proud to announce it has been awarded the prestigious Simms Medal for 2015 by the Royal Automobile Club, one of the most prestigious honours in recognition of home-grown British automotive engineering talent.

The Simms Medal is only awarded in years when the Royal Automobile Club’s Technical Committee deems there have been contenders of sufficient merit. Williams Advanced Engineering has been awarded the prize for its work in creating the batteries that are currently powering the cars racing in Formula E, the world’s first fully electric racing series. Read More »

Williams Formula EWilliams Advanced Engineering, the division of Williams that commercialises Formula One derived technology and knowhow, has released an infographic showing key facts and figures about the Formula E battery it has supplied and developed.

Formula E, the world’s first fully electric racing series, comes to the streets of London on 27 and 28 June. These cars can reach speeds of up to 225kph thanks to their super-sized batteries supplied by Williams Advanced Engineering. Here are some useful facts and figures to put this electric power into perspective.

Williams FridgesWilliams Advanced Engineering, the division of Williams that commercialises Formula One derived technology and knowhow, has collaborated with UK start-up Aerofoil Energy to develop a new aerodynamic device that can significantly reduce the energy consumed by refrigerators in supermarkets and convenience stores. Read More »

Williams Advanced Engineering, the engineering services and technology division of the Williams Group that includes the WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING Formula One team, is pleased to announce that experienced engineering industry executive Paul McNamara has joined the company in the role of Technical Director.

In this new role Paul will report to Williams Advanced Engineering’s Managing Director Craig Wilson and will be responsible for overseeing the overall technical management and delivery of the company’s expanding range of projects in the automotive, motorsport, energy, defence and civil aerospace sectors.

Before joining Williams Paul worked as an Executive Director at Shanghai Automotive Industries, based at their Technical Centre in the UK, but working for much of the time in the Chinese operation as part of the global team to set future product direction and deliver current programmes to market. Read More »

Williams Advanced Engineering is pleased to announce that it is part of a consortium that has secured government funding from Innovate UK to test driverless cars in the Bristol region. This appointment follows the Chancellor’s recent autumn statement announcement to make the UK a world centre for the testing and development of this new technology.

Williams will be bringing its simulator and artificial intelligence technology to the project. An autonomous vehicle system will be integrated with the simulator to test it in a virtual environment. This technology will help increase the number of hours the system can be tested and can simulate various weather conditions and traffic scenarios that are difficult to test on real roads. Williams’ simulator technology will also help test public acceptance to driverless vehicles. Williams’ expertise in simulation originates in Formula One where the Williams Formula One teams’ drivers have been using highly sophisticated simulators since 2002. Read More »

Williams Craig WilsonWilliams Advanced Engineering, part of the Williams Group of companies that includes the Williams F1 Team, is pleased to announce the appointment of Craig Wilson to the position of Managing Director.

In this role Craig will have overall operational and delivery responsibility for existing projects within Williams Advanced Engineering, oversee all business development activity, and take a strategic lead as the company continues to commercialise Williams’ Formula One derived technology and knowhow for the motorsport, automotive, transport and energy sectors. Read More »