Williams denies F1 drivers to race in Formula E
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DECEMBER 21, 2015

Williams denies F1 drivers to race in Formula E

A Williams spokesperson has played down reports its F1 team drivers could race in the electric single seater series Formula E next year.

Reports, including by the Finnish broadcaster MTV3, had cited rumours that with Williams set to run Jaguar's new Formula E team, Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas could be drafted into the driver lineup when possible.

But a spokesman for the Oxfordshire based team said there is "no truth whatsoever" to the speculation.

(GMM)

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