Sir Frank Williams in hospital recovering from pneumonia

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Sir Frank Williams, team principal and founder of the Williams Formula One team, is in hospital recovering from pneumonia.

The 74-year-old, who established Williams as a grand prix constructor in the 1970s, has guided the British team to seven drivers’ titles and nine constructors’ championships. He is recognised as the world’s oldest surviving tetraplegic following a car crash in 1986.

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