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Williams Racing to celebrate 750th Grand Prix at Monaco

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The next round of the FIA Formula One World Championship marks a very special weekend for the Williams Racing team, as the championship moves on to round five at the most historic race of them all.

The coming weekend will see Williams compete in their seven-hundred-fiftieth grand prix in Formula One, the Monaco Grand Prix being a fitting event for Williams to hit this historic milestone. Williams will be the third team to hit this landmark joining Scuderia Ferrari and the Mclaren F1 Team.

Both of the FW43B cars will have a special logo on them and each team member will have a special race count on their individual kit as the team remembers their incredible story, which began in 1977 with their founders Sir Frank Williams and Sir Patrick Head.

The team are reaching out to fans to get involved with the weeks celebration to find out what their favourite memories are of the team, from the fans that get in contact a lucky hundred of them will see their name on the halo of both Williams cars.

CEO of Williams Racing Jose Capito knows just how important the fans are to the team, as he looks forward to a week full of celebrations.

Credit: Williams Racing

“Williams has always been about people; those that work for the team, along with our fans from all across the world. This milestone is about celebrating everyone that has been on this journey to 750 Grands Prix and will continue to be on this journey with us, as the team heads into a new era.”

“We’re excited to share some of the incredible stories that have made the team what it is today and hear from supporters who have their own amazing tales of what Williams means to them.”

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