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The numbers were big, and boss Jonathan Kendrick – a former Goodyear tyre man who had even worked with Williams in 1978 – appeared to be the ideal partner. He was a larger-than-life, old school enthusiast who wasn’t worried about poor short-term results on track. The deal was later extended to 2023, suggesting that all was well. Clearly things didn’t go to plan, as the termination notice indicated. … [Read more...] about Why the once mighty Williams F1 team is up for sale