Regazzoni wins at Silverstone for first Williams victory after Jones had retired while in the lead.
Jones wins title, Williams are constructors' champions.
Williams links up with Honda.
Frank Williams suffers accident that leaves him confined to wheelchair after his car overturns leaving preseason testing at Paul Ricard circuit.
Williams use Judd engines.
Renault arrive as engine partners.
Mansell wins first five races and becomes first driver to win nine races in one season and be on the pole 14 times.
Ayrton Senna dies in a Williams at Imola.
Williams chalks up 100th win, at Silverstone. Secures a then-record ninth constructors' championship. Renault quits direct involvement in Formula One.
BMW returns to F1 as engine suppliers.
Race winners again after three-year drought.
Runners-up to Ferrari.
Hopes to challenge Ferrari for the title with a new and more adventurous car than last year. Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya will be looking to win races after drawing a blank in 2002.
The BMW engine is likely to be the most powerful on the grid again but the teamís hopes will depend on how big a leap Ferrari has made with its new F2003-GA and how many surprises the new one-lap qualifying system throws up.
"Unless something suddenly goes wrong at Ferrari, it's unlikely that Williams will be world champions in 2003," says BMW's Austrian motorsport director Gerhard Berger.