How to run a Formula 1 team

How to run a Formula 1 team

Williams opens up its garage, hospitality unit, motorhome and engineering offices to F1 Racing and JAMES ROBERTS, to demonstrate the harmony required to compete in Formula 1 and build back towards an elusive next win

Winning is a virtuous cycle. First place nets you more prize money, greater visibility to advertise top sponsors and the ability to attract the best drivers. There is more resource to make cars even faster: success breeds success. But aligning everything to win is a monumental task.

Williams's last win was Pastor Maldonado's victory at the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix (before that it was Brazil 2004), while McLaren hasn't won since 2012 either. Force India has started over 200 races but has never won one, while both Sauber and Toro Rosso have just a solitary GP win each.

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