“There is an interest to do pre-season testing outside of Europe”
His Royal Highness is visiting Qatar with his wife The Duchess of Cornwall
The Williams Technology Centre in Qatar Science and Technology Park today received a visit by HRH the Prince of Wales, who was given a tour of the facility to learn about its research programmes and the growing ties between Williams and the State of Qatar.
Arab state Qatar is pushing to become F1′s next new host.
The Losail circuit, built in 2004 and located just outside the capital Doha, already stages a night race for MotoGP. And the president of Qatar’s motor racing federation, Nasser bin Khalifa Al Attiyah, has revealed that Losail is bidding “to get the license which would allow us to host F1 teams for pre-season testing and other activities.
“’IQPC are delighted to welcome Williams Advanced Engineering at the ITS & Road Safety Forum in Qatar” – Ashley Phillips
Williams Advanced Engineering will introduce to the public for the first time the Middle East’s most advanced road safety simulator at this year’s ITS & Road Safety Forum, taking place between the 2nd – 4th October in Doha, Qatar.
Williams Grand Prix Holdings announces Half Year results
Williams Grand Prix Holdings PLC (WGPH, Ticker: WGF1) today announced its interim results for the six months to 30 June 2012. WGPH is the holding company of the Williams group of companies, which includes Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited and Williams Hybrid Power Limited.
In time for the launch of the WAE High Performance Driver Training Programme at the end of this year.
Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with talented racing driver Dean Stoneman to work together to fine-tune the advanced simulator technology being developed at the Williams Technology Centre in Qatar (WTCQ).
Williams F1 is pleased to announce that it will be the launch partner of F1 in Schools in Qatar for 2012.
Continuing the company’s commitment to educational initiatives, this partnership represents the chance to inspire young people in Qatar to pursue education in STEM subjects and encourage awareness of engineering careers in the country.
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