Williams F1

The Williams Racing Formula 1 team has completed its fifth sponsorship deal in as many weeks with the signing of health and wellness brand Honibe as an official partner

Williams is considering a partial or full sale of its Formula One motor-racing team, with the company also announcing that it has served notice to end its title sponsorship agreement with telco ROKiT

Formula 1 team Williams Racing has appointed London-based sport and entertainment agency 1920 Worldwide to help develop and sell its new commercial programme

A company owned by the father of Formula One driver Nicholas Latifi has agreed to provide a loan to the Williams F1 team

More sports organisations and athletes around the world are cutting pay and introducing other cost-saving measures as the economic impact of the coronavirus bites

Formula One team ROKiT Williams Racing has signed up Italian coffee company Lavazza as a sponsor for the upcoming 2020 season

Formula One team Williams Racing has added Japanese game developer Ponos to its sponsorship portfolio

The ROK Group has further enhanced its association with Williams through its ROKiT Drinks brand agreeing a multi-year sponsorship deal with the Formula One motor-racing team

Polish oil company PKN Orlen will terminate its contract with Formula One team Williams Racing at the end of the 2019-20 season

Formula One team Williams has reported a significantly enhanced set of results for its 2015 financial year and has joined other participants in calling for a more even distribution of revenues in the motor racing championship.

Claire Williams, the deputy team principal and commercial director of the Williams F1 team, writes exclusively for SportBusiness International about the changing face of the sport.

Formula One motor racing team Williams has reported a loss of £42.5m (€58.9m/$63.4m) for 2014, but has signalled its recent revival in fortunes will result in a significant improvement next year.

American healthcare entrepreneur Brad Hollinger has increased his interest in the Williams Formula One motor racing team to 10 per cent after exercising an option to buy more of the stake held by Toto Wolff, executive director of business at rival outfit Mercedes.

Toto Wolff, executive director of business for Formula One front-runners Mercedes, has begun the process of reducing his interest in rival team Williams by agreeing a deal to sell a stake of his shares in the British outfit to American healthcare entrepreneur Brad Hollinger.