The Williams Formula One team has recently announced that they are bringing their pop-up experience to the city of Singapore during the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix week.
Pop-up experiences are something that fans always look forward to and Singapore is going to be the fourth place where the Wantage-based team will stage its pop-up experience. The other cities where they have hosted pop-up experiences this year are Miami, Montreal, and, London.
The Williams team is staging their pop-up experience at Suntec City and the best part about it is the fact that it’s quite close to the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
As far as the activities are concerned during the 1-week event, the team will have its FW44 show car at the event along with driver and celebrity appearances slated throughout the week.
Moreover, the British team is also going to have on offer its Esports rigs and their official Singapore Grand Prix merchandise. The gates for the event will open from Monday onwards and will stay open from 10 am-10 pm every day until the Singapore GP.
Williams F1 team has scored only 6 points in the 2022 F1 season
The Williams F1 team has been on the backfoot all season compared to the other F1 teams and after 16 rounds, has only got 6 points to show for their efforts.
The new regulations in the sport haven’t brought a change in fortune for the team and they are again in the south end of the Constructors Championship standings. However, despite the poor results, the team has adopted a new concept this year, and they are only going to get better during the 2023 season of the sport.
Moreover, after Nicholas Latifi’s recent announcement, a vacancy has been created on the team which they can fill by bringing a potent driver to keep the competition healthy within the team.
Alex Albon has completely dominated Latifi this year, and the team would be wanting to get someone who would be able to challenge or at least match the Thai-British driver.
As things stand, the three front runners for the coveted seat on the British team are Mick Schumacher, Nyck De Vries, and, Logan Sargeant.
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