Arrow McLaren SP team co-owner Sam Schmidt released the following statement on Monday afternoon following the death of legendary Formula One Team owner Sir Frank Williams.
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The world of Formula Ine came together on Sunday to pay tribute to legendary team owner Sir Frank Williams who died at the age of 79 on Sunday.
Taking to Twitter, seven-time Formula One world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton commented saying:
IndyCar and Formula One legend Mario Andretti said:
Former F1 driver turned Sky Sports F1HD commentator Martin Brundle tweeted on Monday saying:
Red Bull Racing Team Principal and CEO Christian Horner said:
The Ferrari Formula One Team who enjoyed many on track battles for world championships with Williams non more memorable than 1997 between Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher tweeted:
The Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team tweeted:
Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team Principal and co-owner Toto Wolff who was a shareholder of Williams said:
A Gentleman’s Gentleman
NTT IndyCar Series team owner Chip Ganassi has paid tribute to Formula One legend Sir Frank Williams following the Williams team founders death on Sunday.
The pair had worked together in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s with Alex Zanardi joining Williams in 1998 from Chip Ganassi Racing while in 2001, Juan Pablo Montoya joined the team from Chip Ganassi Racing.
We Have Lost A Hero Of Our Sport
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown has paid tribute to Formula One legend Sir Frank Williams who died on Sunday morning.
In a statement on Twitter, Brown said:
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has paid tribute to Formula One legend Sir Frank Williams who died on Sunday at the age of 79.
The founder of Williams Grand Prix Engineering was admired and respected throughout the world of motorsport not just for his achievements on the race track with Williams F1 Team but also his determination following his car accident in 1986.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway tweeted saying:
F1 Pays Tribute To Sir Frank
The Formula One community came together on Sunday to pay tribute to Williams Racing founder Sir Frank Williams who passed away on Sunday.
The Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team tweeted:
The Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Formula One Team tweeted:
Williams driver George Russell said:
Russell’s teammate, Nicholas Latifi said:
Ann Bradshaw who works with Williams Racing in their communications department said:
The McLaren F1 Team said: