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

630: Grands Prix contested
114: Victories
306: Podium finishes
128: Pole positions
133: Fastest laps
3,075: Total points scored
305,091: Kilometres raced
63,596: Laps raced
224: Races led
35,136: Kilometres led
7,568: Laps led
69: Races won from pole position
66: Highest points scored ever by a team from one Grand Prix (Abu Dhabi, 2014)
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)
15: Number of pole positions secured in one season (out of a possible 16), and achieved two years in succession (1992 and 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)
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
3.8: 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
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
Frank Williams is the longest serving Team Principal in the sport

* Williams by Numbers (from 1978 through to the end of the 2014 season).


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