Pat Fry joins Williams Racing

Pat Fry joins Williams Racing

July 31, 2023

Williams Racing have announced Pat Fry as their new Chief Technical Officer, with effect from November 2023. Fry recently parted ways with Alpine, where he held the same role. 

Fry comes with a wealth of experience, having been in the sport since 1987, starting out with Benetton. He moved to McLaren in 1993, where he held the roles of Race Engineer and Chief Engineer of Race Development till 2010. Fry joined Ferrari in 2010 as the Head of Race Track Engineering, also serving as Director of Engineering later on. 

Fry had a one-year stint with Manor Racing between 2016 and 2017 as an Engineering Consultant before re-joining McLaren as their Engineering Director in 2018. Fry moved to Renault in 2020 as their Chief Technical Officer and remained at that role even through the team’s transition to Alpine. 

Also read: Formula One 2023: Team Principals

James Vowles, Team Principal, Williams Racing, said:

On behalf of all at Williams Racing, I’m delighted to be welcoming Pat. His knowledge and experience will further strengthen the team’s technical capabilities and pursuit of excellence as we build the next chapter of Williams. Pat has been a core part of winning teams throughout his career, he is one of the most respected experts in our industry and I’m excited to begin work with him when he joins in November.

Pat Fry added:

I am thrilled to be joining Williams Racing as Chief Technical Officer. The team has a rich heritage in Formula One and I am excited to contribute to its future success. I believe in the team’s potential and, together, we will strive for excellence on and off the track.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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