Formula 1 Team Principal hailed as Sir Frank Williams Overcoming Age 79 »FirstSportz

Sir Frank Williams
Sir Frank Williams

Longest serving captain in Formula 1, Sir Frank Williams died at the age of 79. He marked more than 50 years as team principal in 2019, served two teams for the year, and subsequently won seven driver and nine constructors championships.

Sir Williams and daughter Claire run the team daily since 2013, only leaving Formula 1 last year after selling the team to the investment firm Dorilton capital. He served on the board until 2012, after which he resigned to free up some of the load.

My condolences on the passing of Sir Frank Williams

Sir Frank Williams
Sir Frank Williams

Following news of Sir Frank’s death, a statement from Williams said: “It is with great sadness that on behalf of the Williams family, the team can confirm the death of Sir Frank Williams CBE, Founder and Former Principal of Williams Racing, at the age of 79.”

Formula 1’s official social media page has also released a statement.

F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali said according to Formula 1, “This morning, Claire Williams called to inform me of the very sad news that her beloved father, Sir Frank Williams, has passed away. He is a true giant of our sport who has overcome life’s toughest challenges and fights every day to win on and off the track. We have lost a much loved and respected member of the F1 family and he will be deeply missed.”

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