From July 11th to 14th, 2024, Williams Racing invites fans to join them at the Goodwood Festival of Speed for an unforgettable experience. The excitement is palpable as Williams Racing gears up to make its mark at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed this year. With an impressive lineup featuring F1 drivers Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant, alongside Team Principal James Vowles and rising star Lia Block, Williams is set to captivate motorsport enthusiasts from around the world at this exhilarating event.

At the heart of Williams’ participation lies the iconic 1982 Drivers’ Championship-winning FW08, driven by legendary racer Keke Rosberg. This revered car embodies Williams’ legacy of excellence and innovation, showcasing the team’s relentless pursuit of perfection over its 47-year history. As Williams’ centerpiece at Goodwood, the FW08 will take enthusiasts on a journey through the evolution of motorsport, from its horseless beginnings to the hybrid era.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed will mark a significant moment for both James Vowles and Lia Block, as they experience driving a Williams F1 car for the first time on the world-famous Goodwood hill climb. For James, it’s a dream come true as he steps away from the pit wall to take on the track, reminiscing about his own racing experiences while leading Williams towards Championship-winning contention.

Meanwhile, Lia Block, Williams’ F1 Academy entrant and an emerging talent in the motorsport world, will showcase her skills behind the wheel. Fresh from her debut at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit in Saudi Arabia, Lia brings a blend of youth, talent, and determination to the Williams team.

For Alex Albon, a return to the Festival of Speed marks a thrilling opportunity to pilot the legendary FW08 for a second year running. Alongside him, Logan Sargeant makes his Goodwood debut, adding an exciting dynamic to Williams’ presence at the event. Together, they’ll engage with fans and car enthusiasts, sharing their passion for motorsport and the Williams Racing legacy.

James Vowles expressed his anticipation for the event, highlighting the opportunity to celebrate Williams Racing’s rich heritage while embracing the future of motorsport. As Goodwood’s theme, ‘Horseless to Hybrid – Revolutions in Power,’ underscores the evolution of the automotive industry, Williams’ participation reaffirms its commitment to pushing boundaries and driving innovation both on and off the track.