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The Williams F1 Team is one of the leading teams in motorsport. This is our story told in numbers:

610: Grands Prix contested
114: Victories
297: Podium finishes
127: Pole positions
131: Fastest laps
2,755: Total points scored
294,671: Kilometres raced
61,532: Laps raced
220: Races led
34,969: Kilometres led
7,534: Laps led
69: Races won from pole position
61: Number of locked out front rows, a record
45: Number of victories led from start to finish
33: One – Two victories
24: The number of consecutive poles (1992 – 1993)
16: The number of front row starts secured in one season (out of a possible 16), only three drivers have achieved the record of starting every race in a season from the front row: Damon Hill (Williams, 1996), Alain Prost (Williams, 1993) and Ayrton Senna (McLaren, 1989)
Number of pole positions secured in one season (out of a possible 16), and achieved two years in succession (1992 and 1993),
12: The highest number of wins claimed in one season (1996)
9: Constructors’ Championships
7: Drivers’ Championships
7: The highest number of successive wins (1993)
8: Engine partnerships
3.9: Average Championship position
2: Queen’s Award for Export
2: Recognitions for Frank Williams in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List. Frank is the only team boss in the paddock to have received a knighthood in the Queen’s honours list, which he added to his CBE award collected in 1986
1: Helen Rollason Award for Achievement in the Face of Adversity presented Frank Williams at the annual BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards in London
1 and 100:
The first and 100th victories were taken at the team’s home Grand Prix at Silverstone
1: Frank Williams is the longest serving Team Principal in the sport.

* Williams F1 Team by Numbers (from 1978 through to the end of the 2013 season).


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