Williams Racing will celebrate their 800th race in Formula 1 with a special livery at the British and Hungarian Grands Prix. Originally intended for the Emilia Romagna GP, the one-off livery will now be unveiled at Silverstone.
The team plans to honor their British heritage and late founder, Sir Frank Williams, with the unique design. The special livery will also be featured at the Hungarian GP, ensuring their actual 800th race receives recognition.
This milestone allows Williams Racing to reflect on their contributions to the sport and engage British fans in the celebration. The commemorative livery is expected to create a visually striking presence on the grid, symbolizing the team’s enduring legacy and their commitment to future success in Formula 1.