While Williams achieved its target of consolidating its position in the standings, operational errors and poor performances on low-speed tracks meant that the celebrations were slightly downtrodden this year.
A resurgent Williams team took third in the constructors standings, scoring eight podiums finishes in the hands of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa. Prevented a Mercedes pole position sweepover by locking the front row of the grid in Austria
2013 turned out to be one of the worst years in history of this multiple championship winning team. Scored points at two occasions and finished ahead of only backmarkers Marussia and Caterham in the constructors
Pastor Maldonado secured team's first victory since 2004 but inconsistency in results from both the drivers meant that the team finished no higher than eighth in the championship
Five points is all team could score in the 19 race season, despite the best efforts of veteran Rubens Barrichello and pay driver Pastor Maldonado
Began a new partnership with Cosworth. Rookie Nico Hulkenberg scored a fantastic pole position during a wet qualifying session in Brazil while Barrichello secured enough points on Sunday to beat Force India by one point in the teams standings
Finished seventh, with two fourth places from the promising Nico Rosberg being the highlight of the' season
Began season well but lost out to rivals in the in-season development race, finished down in eighth place in the standings despite two podium finishes
Eluded from the podium again but consistent top eight finishes sees them take fourth in the constructors,
Started the season with a double points finish and a fastest lap in Bahrain but the remainder of the season was marred with reliability problems and poor pace. Fails to finish on the podium for the first time since 1977.
Scores four podiums en route to fifth in the standings, ended their partnership with BMW on a bitter note
Started the season with the 'Walrus' nose before ditching it for a conventional solution, Montoya won the season finale in Brazil before moving to McLaren the following season.
Montoya fought for the title in a three way battle for glory, losing out by four points; Williams finished second in the championship, 14 points behinds Ferrari after registering four wins
Schumacher took the sole Williams victory in 2002 with Monotoya managing consistent top five results; team finished a distant second in the championship
Montoya made his grand prix debut for Williams and won the Italian Grand Prix. Schumacher added three further victories but the team weren't a serious threat to the dominant Ferraris or the runners up McLaren
Ralf Schumacher scored three podiums for Williams on the first year of their partnership, debutant Jenson Button also added 12 points to their tally
Consecutive constructors' title for Williams with Jacques Villeneuve also taking the drivers crown
A dominant year for Williams with drivers Hill and Villeneuve finishing first and second in the championship. The team decided to fire the newly crowned champion Hill in favour of Heinz Harald Frentzen.
Hill and Williams lost to Schumacher and Benetton in drivers and constructors respectively
Hired the services of legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna who suffered a fatal crash at the infamous 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Team, however, wins the championship thanks to six victories by Damon Hill
Consecutive title doubles for Williams with Alain Prost securing his fourth title and subsequently announcing his retirement from the sport
Mansell clinched his maiden title in the FW14 - probably the most technologically advanced car in the history of Formula 1. Williams easily broke McLaren's run of four titles
Mansell returned to Williams after a two year spell at Ferrari but lost the drivers' title after a botched pitstop in Hungary. Team finished 14 points behind champions McLaren.
Successive world titles for Williams, with Nelson Piquet also emerging victorious in the drivers championship
A road accident left team founder Frank Williams paralysed. On track though, team dominated the proceedings, easily taking the constructors title. Mansell's left-rear tyre exploded spectacularly at the season finale in Australia, handing the drivers title to McLaren's Alain Prost
Reutemann lost the drivers title to Brabham's Nelson Piquet by one point but the team did secure their second consecutive constructors championship
Australian Alan Jones secured the drivers title with five victories to his name, while Carlos Reutemann won the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix to ensure Williams take the first of their nine constructors crown
Debut season; failed to score points with a seventh place result in Italy their best result of the year
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